LATINA Style, Inc., named MGM Resorts International in its Top 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the United States. The full list was published in the September issue of LATINA Style magazine.
The LATINA Style 50 survey has been a mainstay since 1998, and is considered the standard by which corporate America measures diversity accomplishments in the Latina community. Among many other contributing factors, the survey this year focused specifically on Latina promotions, recruitment, retention and the number of Latina employees at the company. The report then showcases companies demonstrating diversity and inclusion as direct links to their success.
“We are honored to be recognized as a leading supporter of the Latina community across our recruiting efforts and for national, regional and local community support and partnerships,” said Jyoti Chopra, chief people, inclusion and sustainability officer, MGM Resorts. “At MGM Resorts we take pride in our commitment to making impactful and enduring change for underrepresented groups in the workforce and the workplace. We intend to relentlessly focus on fostering an inclusive culture and work environment and supporting the development and growth of our people.”
MGM Resorts established partnerships with various Hispanic organizations, including the Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility, Latin Chamber of Commerce Nevada Inc., the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Million Dollar Club.
Read more about MGM Resorts’ social impact and sustainability commitments here.
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