EY, a multinational professional services firm with a worldwide presence, is committed to building a better working world — with increased trust and confidence in business, sustainable growth, development of talent in all its forms, and greater collaboration.
EY wants to build a better working world through their own actions and by engaging with like-minded organizations and individuals. This is their purpose — and why they exist as an organization.
Today, EY joined Ohio Business Competes. Ohio Business Competes recognizes the value of diversity and the need for Ohio’s laws to reflect that value by including sexual orientation and gender identity in the laws that make discrimination illegal.
EY is the first of the “Big Four” accounting firms to join the coalition.
Joe Matuszewski, partner at EY and America’s co-chair of EY’s LGBTA professional network said: “At EY, our focus on diversity and inclusiveness is integral to how we serve our clients, develop our people and exercise our leadership role in communities. For these reasons, EY is proud to join Ohio Business Competes. With our longstanding history and well-established presence in Ohio, we strongly support the values represented by Ohio Business Competes. The laws that protect Ohioans from discrimination should include LGBT people. As co-chair of EY’s LGBTA professional network, I know that advancing fully-inclusive nondiscrimination protections throughout the state will make Ohio a better place to work and live.”