By  on December 5, 2016

Nike, Coach and Gap were among the fashion and retail companies that scored perfect “100s” in the 15th annual “Corporate Equality Index” published by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation and released today.

To create the index, the foundation applies a variety of metrics to Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies to determine how well a company performs in regard to non-discrimination policies, gender identity and sexual orientation protection and equal benefits, among other issues. This year, the foundation had the largest number of companies with perfect scores at 517 of the 817 firms that participated in the ratings.

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