Q&A: How Younger Generations are Approaching LGBTQ Workplace Issues Around the World

On December 12, 2018, Out & Equal hosted a webinar entitled, “How Younger Generations are Approaching LGBTQ Workplace Issues Around the World” as part of our bimonthly global webinar series. The presenting panel featured Neelam Jain, Founder & CEO of PeriFerry based in Bangalore, India; Tiago Marinho, Customer Success with Salesforce based in São Paulo,

Out & Equal traz mágica para o Fórum Brasil 2018

Nós frequentemente descobrimos nossas maiores fortalezas, criatividade e desenvoltura quando encaramos desafios – tanto individuais quanto em comunidade. Esse foi um dos maiores aprendizados para os 400 participantes de 140 empresas e organizações que se reuniram no Centro de Eventos do WTC em São Paulo na última sexta para o terceiro Fórum anual do Out

Out & Equal Brings Magic to the 2018 Brazil Forum

We often discover our greatest strength, creativity and resourcefulness when facing challenges – both individually and as a community. This was one of the key takeaways for the 400 attendees from 140 companies and organizations who gathered at the WTC São Paulo Event Center last Friday for the third annual Out & Equal Brazil Forum.

Op-Ed: For Bermuda, the Arguments over Marriage Equality are Settled; It’s Time to Accept the Results

  NOTE: OUTBermuda and its co-plaintiffs won a crucial victory for marriage equality in November at Bermuda’s highest court. Nonetheless, the Government of Bermuda is weighing whether to appeal this outcome to the Privy Council in the U.K. – one last attempt to divide the nation and stand in the path of equality for Bermuda’s

HISTORIC: 27 Taiwanese and Multinational Companies Speak Out for LGBTQ Equality in Taiwan

Major businesses speak out on importance of equality before Taiwanese referendums on marriage equality and LGBTQ-inclusive curricula in schools   TAIPEI, Taiwan — Today, in the lead up to November 24 referendums in Taiwan in which marriage equality and inclusion of LGBTQ issues in school curricula are on the ballot, 27 Taiwanese and multinational companies

Major Companies Respond to Alarming Effort to Erase Transgender People From Legal Protections

  Responding to a rising tide of legislative and administrative attempts to further marginalize transgender, gender non-conforming and intersex people — including a recent report by the New York Times on administrative efforts to erase transgender non-discrimination protections through reinterpretation of existing law — 56 major companies today issued a business statement in support of transgender equality.   The statement

2018 Workplace Summit: Trip Report

The Summit Trip Report is designed to provide you with an outline for constructing an account of your experience at Summit, to inform management, fellow ERG members and other employees about the impact and benefits of attending the 2018 workplace summit and Leadership day. The Trip Report contains metrics and demographics around Summit participants, information about

#WontBeErased: How Businesses Can Take A Stand For The Trans Community

Over the weekend, the New York Times released a draft memo from the Trump Administration that proposes an adjustment to HHS definition of ‘sex’ and ‘gender’ that is so narrow it would eradicate the basic civil rights of all transgender and gender-diverse people in the US. Individually, I am doing all I can to support

Keep the Summit Magic Alive!

THANK YOU! To all 6,000 attendees, presenters, speakers, exhibitors, and sponsors who helped make the 2018 Out & Equal Workplace Summit the largest gathering of LGBTQ and ally professionals in history. We couldn’t have made Summit possible without your ideas, engagement, and commitment to this evolving and tenacious work of belonging for all. You Belong

Comprehensive Approach: Transgender Inclusive Workplaces in India

On September 19th, Out & Equal hosted a webinar entitled, “Comprehensive Approach: Transgender Inclusive Workplaces in India” as part of our bimonthly global webinar series. The presenting panel featured Anubhuti Banerjee, a transgender employee and LGBT+ Employee Resource Group leader at Tata Steel; Shubha Chacko, the Executive Director of Indian LGBTQ rights organization Solidarity Foundation;