Generating opportunity through inclusion.

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Here at Integrity, we strive to be an opportunity engine for anyone and everyone, from all walks of life around the country.


After all, when it comes to work, personal profiles are irrelevant; what matters most are core values like ambition, work ethic, and integrity. 


As a proud NGLCC- and LGBTBE-Certified staffing firm, our policy of deliberate inclusion has not only helped our clients round out their supplier diversity initiatives—but more importantly—has also helped place thousands of associates into opportunities for better lives. 


So, as we head into Pride Month, we want to share a few of the exciting things we have planned for you in June:


6/1: A Pride Month kick-off message from our CEO and President, Todd Bavol

6/5: Check out our Insta and Facebook for a fun infographic on what Pride means to us

6/8: We’re posting a special Spotify playlist to help with your Monday Motivation

6/11 & 6/15: We’ll show you how to create a safe workspace for LGBTQ+ team members

6/16: Read our new blog post on how to find LGBTQ+-friendly workplaces

6/18: Visit us on LinkedIn to learn more about our NGLCC certification

6/22: We’ll cover the gentle art of coming out at work on our blog

6/25: Learn how our Supplier Diversity program supports diverse-owned businesses

6/29: We’ll share our top tips for creating (and working in) a trans-friendly space


Be sure to follow us on social to get the latest Pride Month content:

Insta  Facebook LinkedIn 


Tell us your stories: In 200 words or less, tell us what Pride in the workplace means to you. (Send a picture, too!) We’ll pick our top 5 and share them across our social channels. If we share your post, we’ll send you an Integrity t-shirt! Send your stories to


Here’s to the fun ahead,

Your Integrity team

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