April 18, 2016
Workplace pride welcomes ‘Fulcrum’ one of the largest Ukrainian LGBT organizations, and ‘Glen’, the preeminent NGO dealing with LGBT workplace inclusion in Ireland as the newest Global Benchmark partners.
Among its many other activities, Fulcrum is the creator of the Ukrainian Corporate Equality Index; a program of cooperation with businesses and promotion of equality and diversity in the workplace. The Index includes LGBT topics alongside other diversity criteria to help judge the progress of Ukraine on this topic.
Established in 1988, GLEN (Gay and Lesbian Equality Network) is an Irish policy and strategy focused non governmental organisation which aims to deliver ambitious and positive change and equality for lesbian, gay and bisexual people in marriage, at home, at school, at work, in service provision and in the wider community. Their ‘Diversity Champions’ program helps employers in Ireland understand the business case for being inclusive of their LGBT employees.
Global Benchmark Partners help promote participation in the annual survey among employers in their own countries. Once the individual reports are distributed, the Partners help employers interpret them in the local context.
“It is very encouraging to see organizations on opposite sides of Europe embracing progress for LGBT people in the workplace: not only in their own countries, but also through cooperating on an international level. The Global Benchmark provides a fitting basis for this cooperation going forward” said David Pollard, Executive Director of Workplace Pride.
For more information about Fulcrum, write to Liza at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about GLEN’s Diversity Champions, write to Davin at: email@example.com
April 8, 2016
April 6, 2016
As announced at the 2015 Workplace Pride International Conference, the Foundation, Leiden University and with the generous support of KPN, a one-of-a-kind University Chair is being created to highlight the continued need for research into LGBT Workplace Inclusion. After many months of fine-tuning to ensure that the focus, the breadth and the impact of the chair are correctly positioned, the vacancy for the Chair-holding professor is now complete.
Workplace Pride encourages its members, friends within the academic community, supporters throughout the international LGBT community and all other stakeholders to distribute the vacancy advertisement as widely as possible.
A full description of the Chair and the application process is attached below. Applications will be accepted until 12 May 2016.
Click here to read the Final Chair Vacancy Advertisement
Click here to read the official vacancy on the Leiden University Website