ISSUE 01 / MARCH 2020 The first newsletter of 2020 is here and there is plenty of good and important news to share with you. We started off the new decade with a New Year’s reception in Utrecht at VodafoneZiggo’s HQ. We showcased new members from several different sectors.
We launched the 2020 Global Benchmark and Young@workplacepride had their first event of the year!
Of course, even Workplace Pride is affected by the Coronavirus, which means that our upcoming Taiwan conference has been postponed to August 20th.
However, if all goes well, we are still on track for our Workplace Pride International Conference to be held at the WTC in Rotterdam on June 19th! Enjoy!
Workplace Pride’s New Year Reception 2020 Our 2020 New Years’ reception was held this year in Utrecht and graciously hosted by VodafoneZiggo. Workplace Pride showcased new members (Tilburg University, HEMA, FedEx, and Intertrust). The Global Employee Survey went live and much more! Read More
The deadline is fast approaching! The Workplace Pride Global Benchmark is well underway and the deadline for completion is fast approaching! Please make sure your surveys are fully completed by the 31st of March! Read More>
Workplace Pride’s International Conference! June 19th isn’t very far away and this year’s International Conference will be held in the World Trade Centre in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The theme is “Great Expectations: Envisioning a new decade of LGBTI workplace Inclusion”. This is an event not to be missed with a variety of speakers, breakout sessions and a chance to move the issues further of LGBTI inclusion into the new decade! Go to event >
The Global Employee Survey (GES) In January we launched the GES during the New Years’ reception in Utrecht. To find out more about the GES and how it contrasts with the Organisational Employee Survey (OES), click Here.
Speed Dating Mentoring Event at Uber Young@Workplace Pride’s team held their first event of the year at Uber. Aimed at young professionals needing guidance and/or to guide someone in need of help as they start out in their professional life whilst being LGBTI. After a great introduction, which set the tone for the night, it was initially difficult to get people to move on to the next pairing as their conversations were deep and detailed. Read More
Taiwan Conference News!
Very sadly, due to the need to take precautions around the Coronavirus, the Taiwan Conference has been moved to the 20th of August.
We are monitoring the situation via the CDC and using the postponement as a way to fine-tune the proceedings and secure a feature-packed event with a great line-up of speakers and workshops!
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Workplace Pride is a not-for-profit foundation dedicated to improving the lives of Lesbians, Gays, Bisexuals, Transgenders and intersex (LGBTI) people at work. Its 70 plus members employ more than 4.5 million people worldwide.