Chrysler Achieves Top Notice For Human Rights
Achieving "best in class" is not just about automobiles. Chrysler, which was recently cited for the captivating "Imported from Detroit" campaign, is giving back to the community. Representing dealers across the nation, including Bill Luke Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Phoenix, AZ, Chrysler is one of 190 leading employers to achieve a perfect score in the treatment of their employees.The Human Rights Commission Index "rates major employers based on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) workplace policies and benefits defining the best-in-class practices for LGBT inclusion in the workplace." This was the sixth time Chrysler Group has achieved a perfect score on the CEI.1
"All of our employees at Chrysler contribute to the success of our Company," said Nancy A. Rae, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Chrysler Group LLC. "Chrysler Group prides itself in creating an inclusive business environment in which all people and ideas are appreciated and respected. LGBT people are an integral part of the American workforce and, similarly, the benefits and protections of employment are crucial to our community as we continue to work for full inclusion."2HRC is part of the Human Rights Campaign, an organization dedicated to LGBT equality.