April 20, 2012
Registration for 2012 Conference now open
First participants registered for exciting event
With keynote speakers and a range of workshops in place now, registration for the 6th international LGBT Inclusion Conference officially started yesterday at the monthly borrel at the Bump in Amsterdam
After a warm welcome to the National Postcode Loterij as a new Workplace Pride member by executive director David Pollard, the first conference registration was officially handed out to Daan Willem Vermolen, Personnel Advisor at the Nationale Postcode Loterij.
All other members were invited to make sure their 3 free tickets are used effectively and to find out who else of their organization will register. Positive responses from –among others- UWV, ING, Cisco and TNT show that many more then 3 registrations per member are most likely.
Conference tickets are available at € 150 per person. Please note that the price of the conference tickets increases from € 150 to € 250 after 11 May.
More information about speakers, workshops and closing dinner at the registration page click here
April 12, 2012
Boris Dittrich (Human Rights Watch) is one of the keynote speakers at the international Workplace Pride 2012 LGBT Inclusion Conference on 15 June 2012 in Amsterdam. The Conference addresses ‘LGBT leadership in the workplace’.
Together with Claudia Brind-Woody, Managing Director IBM Intellectual Property & Advanced Technology Licensing, Boris Dittrich will share what it means to be an ‘open’ LGBT leader. What are the challenges and are there any differences between Public Sector and Corporate environments? And how can Academia and Non Governmental Organizations contribute to the LGBT workplace dialogue?
The Conference takes place on Friday 15 June 2012 in the DeLaMar Theatre in Amsterdam. It will also high-light the results of ‘Talent to change for’, a study commissioned by the Dutch Minister of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) and carried out by Workplace Pride about LGBT talent development in public and priva-te sector organizations.
This year, there will also be a Closing Dinner on Friday Evening 15 June at the Krasnapolsky Hotel in Am-sterdam. During the dinner the new ‘Workplace Pride Leadership Awards’ will be presented. The Closing Dinner includes a welcome cocktail, a 3-course meal with unlimited wine and light entertainment. Price for the dinner is € 50.- per person. Online booking and payment via IDEAL is now possible.
Conference tickets are available at € 150 per person. Please note that the price of the conference tickets increases from € 150. to € 250 after 11 May.
For more information about speakers, workshops as well as the registration page click here
April 10, 2012
April 3, 2012
Workplace Pride is proud to announce its newest Member, Nationale Postcode Loterij. With around 600 employees, Nationale Postcode Loterij is one of the smaller Workplace Pride Members, but its name is well-know throughout the Netherlands.
“This is is a strong signal that the progress that Workplace Pride has made towards the improvement of working environments for LGBT people, is reaching many organizations who feel it is important to be associated with this topic” said David Pollard, Executive Director of Workplace Pride Foundation.
Nationale Postcode Loterij is the 24th Member of Workplace Pride and an important milestone in terms of a new employer sector being represented by the Foundation.
For more information on Workplace Pride and its Members, please write to: firstname.lastname@example.org
April 2, 2012
The Company Pride Platform is now called Workplace Pride!
Over the years, Company Pride Platform has grown from an organization whose Members were mainly the LGBT employee networks of companies active in the Netherlands, to one which now includes both local and national government bodies. The organization also has established many contacts and stakeholders in other areas, such as the academic world and with other LGBT non-governmental organizations. Finally, from the very beginning we have had international breadth through the focus of our Members, and this has continued to become more important over the years.
In order to better reflect these developments, the increased scope of the organziation and to better serve the needs of our Members, the Company Pride Platform was rebranded into Workplace Pride on 1 January 2012. The well-know rainbow globe was retained as still being representative of what we are, and the tagline: ‘International platform for LGBT Inclusion at Work‘ was added to say in just a few words what the Foundation is all about.
For more information about Workplace Pride, please write to: email@example.com