Mohegan recognized for diversity and inclusion in the workplace

January 9, 2024
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The Tribal operator was named one of Newsweek's America's Greatest Workplaces for Diversity 2024.

Mohegan has been named on Newsweek’s America’s Greatest Workplaces for Diversity list for 2024. 

The list is compiled by Newsweek and market data research firm Plant-A Insights Group, which features the top large and mid-size companies that are recognized by their employees for “genuinely respecting and valuing individuals from different walks of life.” 

The selection process for the list combines employee feedback with an in-depth analysis of the company's diversity and inclusion practices. The Methodology from Newsweek looks at how effectively companies create and maintain an environment that supports and celebrates diversity. 

From that, the highest-scoring companies are then categorized into 78 industries. 

Mohegan President and CEO Ray Pineault said, "At Mohegan, we understand that a diverse workforce is key to fostering creativity, innovation and a dynamic environment where new ideas thrive. 

"We are immensely proud of this recognition, and being named to this prestigious list reflects our ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion and underscores the success of our efforts to integrate diversity at every level of our operations." 

Mohegan Director of People Experience, Naketrice Snow, added, "Being recognized as one of America's Greatest Workplaces for Diversity reflects our belief that investing in diversity, equity and inclusion has true power.  

"We're committed to fostering an environment where every team member feels valued and empowered. Our diversity initiatives are designed to ensure that we continue to be a leader in creating a workplace that respects, and celebrates our team members' diverse experiences, backgrounds and unique stories that make them who they are." 

Prior to Christmas, Mohegan introduced three new executives to its team as part of its 2024 growth objectives. 


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