Since bringing the NBCU content powerhouse into its fold in Jan of last year, Comcast really hasn’t looked back. Its leadership position in diversity both for employees and suppliers, not to mention its strong support of diversity initiatives industry-wide, is unmatched. And its benefits, such as free and discounted services for workers, back-up child/adult care programs, a lactation program, paid parental leave, adoption benefits, tobacco cessation programs, biometric health screenings, discounted stock options, Comcast University, and formal mentoring and leadership training programs – are second to none. And did we mention the incredibly inspiring Comcast Cares Day, which has become a rallying point that brings together employees at all levels around community service? Comcast has also made big strides internally on diversity, with Comcast/NBCU’s managerial class now 7.4% African American, 6% Asian American, 8.6% Hispanic and 40.6% women. The industry’s proud to call Comcast its leader.

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