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The 50 Best Workplaces for Diversity 2016

Fortune’s annual list of companies in the U.S. doing the most to create inclusive cultures for minorities, LGBT employees, and women. Also see:

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In an increasingly global and multicultural world, diversity in business has never been more important. But not every company gets it right. To compile this list of the ones that do, Fortune partner Great Place to Work parsed survey responses from 448,456 employees on questions of workplace fairness, morale, and inclusion. The result is a list of companies with rave reviews from their minority, LGBT, and female staff. Plus, this year we added new lists of the top 10 U.S. workplaces for African-­Americans, Asian-Americans, and Latinos.

See the full methodology here. And to see the schedule for all of our Best Workplaces lists and more information on how to apply, visit Great Place to Work’s website.

Additional research by Laura Entis, Polina Marinova, Jeremy Quittner, and Anne VanderMey.

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Aflac

Courtesy of Aflac Incorporated

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Company Info

HQ Location Columbus, Ga.
Total # of Employees 10,324
Revenue (Most Recent Year) $20.9 billion
Industry Financial Services
Type of Organization Public
# Work Sites 91
Year Founded 1955
Web Address http://www.aflac.com

Diversity

Women Executives 25%
Minority Executives 22%

Race and Ethnicity Groups

African-American/Black 35%
American Indian/Alaska Native <1%
Asian 3%
Hispanic/Latino 5%
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <1%
Two or More Races <1%
Caucasian/White 55%

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