After Orlando, some businesses stress LGBT inclusivity moves

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After Orlando, some businesses stress LGBT inclusivity moves

Engage's Midge Seltzer speaks to the Associated Press about how companies that adopt more inclusive and progressive workplace policies are more likely to attract top talent.

"Companies also want LGBT job candidates to know they're welcome," says Midge Seltzer, president of Engage PEO.

"Everyone's competing for the top talent. By adopting these policies, you're going to look like a more progressive company. Inclusiveness also contributes to a more productive work atmosphere."

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