MINDBODY Signed The Business Statement For Transgender Equality
Below is a post originally written by PowerToFly Partner MINDBODY, and published on November 28, 2018. Go to MINDBODY's page on PowerToFly to see their open positions and learn more.
Last week, MINDBODY signed the Business Statement for Transgender Equality. MINDBODY believes that all team members have the right to be their true, authentic selves in and out of the workplace, regardless of gender, gender identity, race, ethnicity, age, disability, sexual orientation, or religious beliefs. We also recognize that diversity and inclusion are imperative to a successful, innovative, and modern business. Because of this belief, MINDBODY supports transgender equality and will advocate for equal rights for our team members and across the globe.
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