Pride in an Age of Empathy

  • More than 60% of respondents say that being out at work has improved their ability to do business and engage with customers
  • 83% of employee respondents say having an openly supportive focus on LGBT+ has improved their employers’ place in the market
  • 35% believe their company leverages LGBT+ inclusion for business advantage
  • Strong gaps between employer intention and employee perception — 60% of employers have LGBT+ focused recruiting, but just 35% of employee respondents are aware of it
  • 88% say that visible LGBT+ senior leaders make an organization an attractive employer
  • 28% of employee respondents have an LGBT+ mentor; 52% have a non-LGBT+ mentor

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