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Aon Receives Perfect Rating on Corporate Equality Index for Fifth Straight Year

 Aon Corporation today announced that for the fifth straight year it has received a perfect 100 percent rating in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Corporate Equality Index. Aon was one of 190 U.S. companies to achieve this honor.
  
 The 2012 Corporate Equality Index rated 636 companies on the extent to which they protected their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees, consumers and investors. To achieve a perfect score and the distinction of “Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality,” companies must have fully inclusive equal employment opportunity policies, provide equal employment benefits, demonstrate organizational LGBT competency, evidence their commitment to equality publicly and exercise responsible citizenship.
 
 "Diversity in all its many forms—race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, abilities and disabilities, age and citizenship—is the very foundation on which we have built our world-class organization, and we are honored to earn this prestigious rating for the fifth straight year," said Greg Case, Aon's president and CEO. "Through a diverse and inclusive workplace, we bring more varied and valuable perspectives to our equally diverse clients, while empowering our 60,000 colleagues to thrive professionally and reach their full potential."
 
 Aon is consistently recognized for its commitment to diversity and inclusion. This year, Aon was named by Diversity MBA as one of the Top 50 Companies for Diverse Managers to Work. Aon was also included on the 2011 Working Mother 100 Best companies list, and was named as a finalist in the Out & Equal Workplace Awards. In November, Aon announced its global partnership with Catalyst, which will enable the firm to expand its opportunities for women and businesses.
  

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