People want to work for companies where they feel included and treated equitably. They want to bring their authentic selves to work without fear of discrimination. Although companies of all sizes are required to adhere to some level of federal anti-discrimination laws, employees expect the organization they work for to go beyond legal compliance. That’s why it’s crucial for organizations to write — and enact — anti-discrimination policies that go beyond federal requirements. Below are 10 pieces of a strong anti-discrimination policy.