June 30, 2011
The Company Pride Platform Announces the Declaration of Amsterdam
After 5 years of being a general advocate for change, the Company Pride Platform (CPP) will begin to concentrate on real, measurable improvement in the workplace for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals and transgender employees (LGBT). To support this, the CPP is announcing the Declaration of Amsterdam in which employers, employees, unions, and governments are called upon to work together to develop a measurable benchmark for a gay-friendly workplace. The declaration will be announced on 1 July 2011 at the CPP’s 5th International LGBT Business Conference and is directed to all employers, employees, unions and governments in Europe.
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June 28, 2011
With registration now well over 200 participants, the CPP International LGBT Business Conference is shaping up to be a ground-breaking event. The theme “The LGBT Edge: Matching the Needs of Diverse Talent” addresses many of the issues that modern employers are facing including:
- How can we continue to attract and retain top talent at a time when the workforce is shrinking?
- What can employers do to create an environment that enables LGBT talent to reach its full potential?
- How can social media build our reputation as a top employer?
There will also be a surprise announcement at the Conference that aims to push the limit of progress in the workplace.
In a gesture to sustainability and to the ‘technology’ element of this year’s CPP Conference, we will not produce a printed brochure, but ask each participant to print only that bit of the program that is necessary. Click here to download the final program.
For more information on the Company Pride Platform’s 5th International LGBT Business Conference go to: www.cpp-conference.org.
Press enquiries: David@companyprideplatorm.org