Pride Now. Pride Forever.

Pride shouldn’t be just a month. It’s a movement. One that should keep going past the end of June. If true progress is going to be made, companies need to put Pride into practice all year, every year. That way, everyone in the LGBTQIA+ community who is in a job, or looking for one, can always feel welcomed. 

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We Need to Make Pride a Priority

The support for Pride continually grows from many companies and employers. Yet, LGBTQIA+ employees still face numerous challenges in the workplace:

  • 35% have not come out in their workplace. [1a]
  • 79% have experience of a mental health challenge. [2]
  • 35% who are looking for work right now are worried about being harassed or discriminated against at work due to their sexual orientation or gender identity. [1b]

Why Empathy at Work is about More Than Pronouns

As a transgender man, Ryker Knapp, Senior Learning and Development Specialist at Indeed, shares his personal experience of coming out.

Understanding Intersectionality

Misty Gaither, Global Head of Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging, describes the importance of celebrating Women’s History Month and finding purpose through a non-traditional career path.

Citations

  1. ^ 1a 1b Stonewall, “LGBT In Britain: Work Report,” 2018
  2. ^ Indeed “Working on Wellbeing Report” 2022