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Companies That Best Support LGBT Employees

Target Famous for its company-wide acceptance of allowing transgender customers to use the bathroom of his or her choosing, Target has been noted by the likes of the Human Rights Campaign as one of the most LGBT-inclusive companies. Its executives have even teamed up with organizations such as GLSEN to help promote the hiring of LGBT employees. The overall culture of inclusion is evident upon walking into a Target store and finding a Pride flag sticker on the door.



Google is home to an employee resource group titled The Gayglers, which, according to the company website, “is comprised of LGBT Googlers and their allies.” The organization works closely with outside LGBT advocacy groups, and aims to ensure that Google is a

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Donna W. Low

Donna W. Low is recognized by Continental Who’s Who among Pinnacle Professionals in the field of Legal Services. Donna is the Managing Partner at Low McKinley Baleria & Salenko, LLP.   

The core values of the Sacramento based litigation firm are commitment, integrity and achieving excellent results for their clients. In 2014, the firm opened a second office in Walnut Creek, California. Since the firm’s inception in 2004, one half of the firm’s attorneys have attained an AV rating

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In Turbulent Times: The Present Is Still Tense

There is no denying that dealing with stress
in today’s world is harder than ever.

The current financial climate has rocked many of us, and if you are in a helping profession (and that includes financial advisors, therapists, counselors, coaches, and doctors and lawyers as well), these times are notoriously stressful. If you work in an advisory capacity, you may have to help your clients deal with highly charged or taboo areas such as money, love, death, and control that you yourself may

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