The EEOC recently honored Fluor Corporation of Sugar Land, Texas, as one of seven companies across the country cited for their efforts in promoting inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace.
The awards are part of the Freedom to Compete Initiative, an EEOC partnership with employers to improve employment opportunities for people with disabilities.
Fluor Corporation, one of the world's largest engineering, construction and maintenance services companies, won the award for its Mentoring Circles Program.
For more information and to be considered for next year's awards, go to www.eeoc.gov/initiatives/compete/award.
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