June 21, 2022 | 3.5 min video

Celebrating Pride at Schwab

See why Schwab employees are proud to support each other every day through a culture of inclusion. 

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By Carolyn Krytzer, Director, Communications 

Since 2004, Schwab has received a 100% rating on the Human Rights Campaign’s Corporate Equality Index for LGBTQ+ inclusion. This important award demonstrates the company’s dedication to creating an inclusive environment for LGBTQ+ employees. 

But what is even more meaningful than the award is how employees feel about themselves and working at Schwab. 

Actions speak louder than awards 

“The award is a reflective mirror of the work we do every day and how we show up to make change for employees and clients,” said George Myatt, a program manager in Schwab Technology Services (STS) and Pride+ Communications Chair. 

Schwab continues to build a culture that values and reflects the individual strengths of every employee. Through a diverse culture, the company can gain a wider range of perspectives and experiences, which when coupled with inclusion benefits everyone.

 

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