Out & Equal Brazil Forum Convenes 300 Participants to Discuss Strategies for Advancing LGBT Inclusion in the Brazilian Workplace

  J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. Chairman and CEO Jamie Dimon Delivers Keynote Remarks SÃO PAULO, November 16th, 2017 – Out & Equal Workplace Advocates, the world’s largest nonprofit organization dedicated to achieving lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender workplace equality, held its second annual Out & Equal LGBT Brazil Forum on Tuesday in São Paulo.

2017 Workplace Equality Fact Sheet

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Workplace Discrimination at a Glance: One in four LGBT employees report experiencing employment discrimination in the last five years. The Transgender unemployment rate is three times higher than the national average. Over one quarter (27%) of transgender people who held or applied for a job in the last year

GSA Removes LGBT People From EEOC Statement

“The GSA’s complete disregard for our country’s most sacred principal of equality is shameful, discriminatory, and Un-American. There are an estimated 95,000 LGBT people who work tirelessly for our country and removing LGBT from the EEO Statement sends the message that they aren’t valued and won’t be protected. As the world’s largest corporations move to

Only Five Percent of LGBTI Employees in China Feel Comfortable Coming Out at Work

  Only Five Percent of LGBTI Employees in China Feel Comfortable Coming Out at Work United Nations Development Programme Survey Results Unveiled at Out & Equal Workplace Summit   SAN FRANCISCO, October 19, 2017—Only five percent of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and intersex (LGBTI) employees in China felt comfortable coming out in the workplace and

Out & Equal Announces Recipients of Inaugural Global Fellowship Program

  Fellows Include Workplace Equality Leaders from India, Kenya, and Latvia After a competitive application process featuring applicants from more than 20 countries on five continents, Out & Equal Workplace Advocates is thrilled to announce its inaugural cohort of Global Fellows: Levis Nderitu, Sullivan Reed Society, Kenya; Suresh Ramdas, HP Inc., India; and Kaspars Zalitis,

The Outies: Workplace Excellence Finalists

The Workplace Excellence award recognizes an employer that has a historic and ongoing commitment to pursuing and executing equality for their LGBT employees. This year’s nominees have a history of continually raising the bar of workplace equality for others to follow.   Bank of America In 2016, Bank of America launched the LGBT Executive Leadership

The Outies: Champion Award Finalists

The Champion Award recognizes any LGBT person or Ally who has made a significant contribution to advancing equality in their workplace.The Champion Award nominees have shown a unique commitment to LGBT workplace rights and have used their talents to further that cause, even at some risk.   Jose Berenguer Jose Berenguer is CEO of Brazil and

The Outies: LGBT ERG of the Year Finalists

The Outie for LGBT Employee Resource Group of the Year recognizes a particular employee resource group (ERG) that has a proven track record of success in advocating for LGBT equal rights in its own workplace.   IC Pride – US Intelligence Community IC Pride was created in 2009 with only a vision, a chairman, and

Strength in Diversity, Courage in Crisis

Our communities are stronger when all are welcome and when we uphold the values of dignity, equality, and respect. And it’s incumbent on all of us—especially those in positions of power, leadership, and privilege—to speak out against hate and bigotry in all its forms. At Out & Equal, we’ve worked for 20 years with incredible

Perspectives on LGBT Workplace Equality in Canada

  Out & Equal hosted a webinar on July 12, 2017, entitled “Perspectives on LGBT Workplace Equality in Canada,” as part of our bimonthly global webinar series. The panel provided insights into Canadian business’ LGBT inclusion efforts, and at the end, audience members had a few questions that panelists were unable to answer. We have