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Last year, global data company and credit bureau Experian began to hold conferences for employees to discuss their personal struggles during the pandemic. Since then, the company has continued to improve wellness initiatives, like Wellness Wednesdays and No Meeting Fridays, while staying committed to flexibility around employee schedules. Experian has expanded benefits to include fertility, surrogacy, and adoption coverage and enhanced its higher education financial planning resources. It’s also tackling workplace equity from the very start of the hiring process with an in-house tool called Lingo that identifies gender-biased language in job descriptions. Experian is currently beta-testing a process in which all personally identifiable details are removed from résumés as well. Read the Great Place to Work review.
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