Survey Says: They like us – they really like us, for the most part

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A new survey conducted online by Harris interactive along with Out & Equal Workplace Advocates and Witeck-Combs Communications shows that more than three out of four people agree that sexual orientation should not be a factor in hiring and firing. The survey showed that 78% of heterosexuals agree that how an employee performs at their job should be the gold standard for judging an employee, and not their sexual orientation. 62% agree that regardless of sexual orientation all employees should be entitled to equal benefits such as health insurance for their partners.