Viceroy Hotels & Resorts recently announced a partnership with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, the premier nonprofit organization working exclusively on LGBTQIA+ workplace equality. O&E will provide Viceroy with LGBTQIA+ executive leadership development; comprehensive Diversity, Equality & Inclusion training and consultation; and opportunities for professional networking, creating and sustaining an inclusive and welcoming work environment.
The new partnership builds on Viceroy for Everyone, Viceroy’s ongoing commitment of diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging for its colleagues and guests. The partnership also helps cement a long-term commitment to meaningful workplace equality.
“Viceroy is passionately committed to Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging both in the workplace and as a tentpole of our hospitality ethos”, said Bill Walshe, CEO, Viceroy Hotels & Resorts. “Our partnership with Out & Equal further cements the brand’s intentions to implement programs that educate our teams, ensure safe and supportive environments for all, and encourage informed conversations that support a compassionate and inclusive workplace.”
Viceroy’s human resources department and learning professionals have access to O&E’s Global Hub, a one-stop-shop virtual education and engagement center for executives and other leaders working for LGBTQIA+ workplace inclusion.
With this ongoing partnership, Viceroy is excited to implement changes and continue to improve its Viceroy for Everyone campaign.
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