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Diversity and Inclusion: It Is Who We Are and What We Do.

Diversity and inclusion are crucial cornerstones of Littler’s identity, ingrained in our values, goals and achievements. Our employees come from different backgrounds, bringing their distinct perspectives that enrich our culture, enhance our work and make us a stronger and smarter firm.

As the nation’s largest employment and labor law firm, we have formed an experienced, diverse team of lawyers and professional staff that understands and embraces the dynamics of a constantly evolving workforce.

Our Firm

At Littler, we view diversity as a core cultural value that is critical to our continued success. We are committed to the recruitment and retention of top-tier talent to support our growth and understand the needs of our diverse clients, suppliers and employees.

Our People

Internal success can only be achieved by hiring people across the full spectrum of diversity, which may include, but is not limited to, gender, age, race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, culture, marital status and physical abilities. Diverse talents, ideas and perspectives are necessary to solve today’s challenges in the workplace.

Our Clients

The insight and talent of our diverse and inclusive workforce effectively serve our clients’ interests. Littler’sEmployment Law Training capabilities and Diversity & Inclusion Consulting services provide businesses with the tools they need to recognize and utilize diversity and inclusion to the fullest extent. Littler’s practice groups are represented by lawyers who embody the full spectrum of diversity, thus sharing their unique and valuable perspectives with our clients.

“I am very proud of what we’ve done with regards to diversity and inclusion for so many reasons. I joined the firm as an out lesbian. Littler enabled me to give back to my community in a way that I didn’t see possible at other firms. Here, I am not just tolerated, I’m embraced.” Lisa (Lee) A. Schreter, Chairperson of the Board

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