- 2009 Rank: 100 (Second year running!)
- 2008 Rank: 100 (Perfect score! The only Cincinnati based business to do so on the 2008 index)
- 2006 Rank: 80
Proctor and Gamble
- 2009 Rank: 85
- 2008 Rank: 85
- 2006 Rank: 65
- Missing Points: P&G did not include gender identity and expression in their non-discrimination policy.
- Notes: As of May, 2009, this policy has changed and the score is likely to increase in 2010.
Frost, Brown, Todd
- 2009 Ranking: 85
- Missing Points: Does not including gender in its diversity training, nor does it have trans benefits in its insurance; does not cover domestic partners in dental, vision, COBRA, or dependent coverage.
- Notes: This is the first year FBT appears on the list.
- 2009 Ranking: 80
- Missing Points: Does not include gender identity/expression in its non-discrimination policy; does not cover domestic partners in dental, COBRA, vision, or dependent coverage.
- Notes: 2009 is the first year Convergys appears on the list! Honestly, I've never been quite sure what they do...
- 2009 Rank: 75
- 2008 Rank: 60
- 2006 Rank: 65
- Missing Points: Does not include gender identity and expression in its non-discrimination policy, nor include some insurance benefit for trans-identified persons in their insurance; only gives some benefits -- minus dental, vision, COBRA, dependent coverage -- to domestic partners.
- Notes: 5/3 scores the lowest in 2008 out of all the Cincinnati businesses, which surprises me as they have a very large and very prominent LGBT employees organization. I checked their website and though they stress their diversity, there is no mention of DP benefits, so maybe not? I think I'm actually disappointed by this.
- 2009 Ranking: 75
- 2008 Ranking: 75
- 2006 Ranking: 35
- Missing Points: Exlusively dealing with gender identity and expression -- no protection in non-discrimination policy of gender identity/expression, no diversity training including gender, and no trans wellness benefits for employment.
- Notes: Despite what they are missing, a 40-point increase in two years is huge, but that seems to have capped off. Also, a commentator on the P&G post pointed out that Kroger just started allowing affinity groups, which means there will be a little internal pressure to start including some of these points.
- Abercrombie and Fitch - New Albany - 100 (duh!)
- Cardinal Health - Dublin - 100
- KeyCorp - Cleveland - 100
- Nationwide - Columbus - 100
- NCR Corp. - Dayton - 100
- Owens Corning - Toledo - 100
- Progressive Corporation - Mayfield Village - 100
- Squire Sanders and Dempsey LLP - Cleveland - 100
- AmTrust Bank - Cleveland - 83
- Limited Brands - Columbus - 80
- National City Corporation - Cleveland -80
- Vorys, Sater, Seymore, and Pease LLP - 80
- Huntington Bancshares - Columbus - 75
- University Hospitals of Cleveland - 50
- Cooper Tire and Rubber - Findlay - 33
- Dana Holding - Toledo - 20
- Lauren Manufacturing - New Philadelphia - 5
In short: every single other city, except for Cleveland, has one "100" business. We now, also, have two. :-) We're actually doing slightly better in our big businesses.