Bank of America partners with Ad Council on Love Has No Labels campaign

We are a diverse and inclusive company and our employees are actively encouraged to bring their full selves to work. Our diversity makes us stronger, and is essential to our ability to meet the needs of our diverse customers, clients and communities.

“We’re proud to be a leader in diversity and inclusion, something that has been a priority for us for many years,” said Jenny Kim Park, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer. “This commitment comes through in everything we do, from our people, our policies, benefits, programs and partnerships. Our support of the Love Has No Labels campaign is another example of how we’re embracing the diverse lives of our people and helping to build inclusive communities where all people and viewpoints can thrive.”

Love Has No Labels successfully launched in 2015 encouraging audiences to examine their implicit biases—ones most people don’t realize they have—in order to promote acceptance of all people. We signed on to this campaign to demonstrate a commitment to fostering inclusivity for employees.

Originally published 6/01/2016

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