For the 11th straight year, Time Warner scored a perfect 100% on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index. The Corporate Equality Index is a national benchmarking survey tracking employer progress toward full LGBT workplace equality since 2002.

Other major U.S. companies—609 of them—also received top marks this year, up from 517 last year. The record year-over-year increase of 18% shows how diversity and acceptance are becoming more important to employers in the United States—an evolution in which Time Warner is proud to be a leader.

Lisa Garcia Quiroz, President of the Time Warner Foundation and Senior Vice President, Chief Diversity Officer of Time Warner Inc. said:

“Time Warner tells stories that resonate with global, diverse audiences so for us, inclusion is a core business practice that remains embedded in our culture. We remain committed to preserving a culture of inclusion and respect, and are truly honored to be recognized once again with a perfect score on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index.”

Learn more about Time Warner's diversity efforts, and visit the HRC’s website to learn more about the foundation's work.