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Your Voice has the Power to Create Change

LGBT EmployeesReview/rate your employers in support of LGBTQ Corporate Equality.

With a mask of anonymity, you can:

Any Company/Organization

Any Size – Large or Small

Any Location – Worldwide

Your Voice – Anonymously

Our Future

With the majority of US states not granting legal protections and rights for LGBT people along with this administration doing everything they can roll back the few protections in place, it’s left to companies to lead the charge by providing an LGBTQ-friendly work environment through corporate policies and benefits.

OutBüro is a Glassdoor.com-like resource where you may share your experiences what it’s like working for your current and recent past employers – up to 5 years past. 

Why Rate Your Employer?

  • Studies have proven that the more diversity-focused a company is the more profitable they are 
  • Current measurements of Corporate LGBT Equality is Fortune 1000 level only and HR/Marketing department head SELF REPORTED with no/zero EMPLOYEE FEEDBACK.  
  • Your review may provide public accolades for progress already achieved by their current focus on LGBTQ Corporate Equaity
  • Shine a light on problems – Is the company/organization not quite living up to LGBTQ Workplace Equality?  Let them know anonymously.  
  • You are making it a better environment for yourself, current and future co-workers  
  • You are providing a resource for job seekers to make informed decisions about where to work 
  • You are helping the company’s employer branding
  • You are helping it become a more profitable company improving shareholder value  
  • You are a SUPERHERO

OutBüro is striving to be a global resource for the LGBTQ community by empowering LGBTQ people with a voice to influence business, company and corporate culture to improve the work-life for all both now and in the future. It is a feedback system for companies to gauge their real progress toward full LGBTQ workplace equality.

Every company listing in the CompanyReviews Employer Listing is required to indicate if the company has the following policies, benefits, and programs in place or not.

  • Sexual Orientation Non-Discrimination Policy
  • Gender Identity Non-Discrimination Policy
  • Domestic Partner Benefits
  • Transgender-Inclusive Benefits
  • Has an LGBT Employee Resource Group
  • Public Commitment to LGBT Equality 
  • LGBT Inclusion Competency Training
  • If it operates in more than one country has the same policies and benefits globally 
  • Requires all vendors and contractors to have similar policies and benefits  Indicate the number of diversity in management
  • Indicate the number of LGBT in management 

Are LGBT-Friendly Policies Enough?

Simple answer – No.  Having LGBTQ-friendly policies are wonderful and appreciated – but not the full picture. Remember, in the US Sexual Harassment policies have been in place since the late 70’s and still today it continues to happen. Just turn on the news. Now consider all the cases that do not make the news and those that go unreported. Discrimination and harassment of LGBTQ employees are no different. Just having policies is not enough. We must provide visibility and insight to make the change and ensure it is effective in its goals to protect.

Grab Your Spandex, Cape, and Mask 

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LGBT Employees Rate JPMorgan Chase as an Employer

Coming out is hard. Coming out at work is another level for many. Having an employer that is LGBT+ supportive goes a long way to support the individual and the community by creating visibility and awareness. Join us and rate your employer anonymously from your LGBT perspective at www.OutBuro.com.

Any employer. Any size. Anywhere in the world.

LGBT Friendly policies are wonderful and appreciated.  They, however, do not 100% guarantee an LGBT+ work-life experience of unicorns and rainbows.  If sexual harassment policies that have been in place in the US since the late 1970’s and weekly news of high profile cases are evidence.  It’s clear that policies alone are not enough.  Additionally, self-reporting by management is not enough.   All things to be and maintain greatness needs a level of checks and balances.  Management needs to hear what they are doing great as well as what needs attention.  We allow this while maintaining your anonymity.  Just keep it professional with facts.  (See below: Is OutBüro a site for disgruntled LGBT current and past employees to just rant and vent?)

Click the JP Morgan Chase logo to be taken to their company rating listing.  Just log in or create a free account.  Be sure to review the Company Rating Guidelines as well as the articles below for a good overview.


Do you work for another company and would like to review them?  AWESOME.

Navigate to the OutBüro Companies and Reviews page.  Search for your recent past and current employers.  If not present just add them using the Employee option for free.  Then when it’s approved search for the company and then ADD A REVIEW.  Simple as that.  Remember this portion of the site maintains your anonymity.  Just don’t provide too much detail in your review that the employer can easily identify you if you believe it will be an issue.

 

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