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Our sponsors are hiring! Every company that partners with Out in Tech is committed to having a diverse workforce and to providing a welcoming environment for the LGBTQ+ community. Browse through the below opportunities for techies like yourself. Good luck! 🍀
Bank of America strives to help all employees reach their full potential. Their values and policies help to create an inclusive environment where differences are valued and respected. Bank of America has the Ally Program, in support of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT). Watch their video here.
Automattic is the company behind behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Jetpack, Simplenote, Longreads, VaultPress, and more. They see inclusion as the ongoing, conscious effort to celebrate difference and welcome people of differing backgrounds and life experiences, whether they’re current or prospective employees, partners, or users of their software. Learn more here.
PayPal’s focus on LGBT equality and inclusion is extremely strong. In 2017, for the sixth consecutive year, PayPal earned a perfect rating of 100 percent from the Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index, making it one of HRC’s “Best Places to Work” for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. They have made investments in offering benefits that are equal for everyone, including same-sex couples and transgender employees. PayPal’s family of companies includes Venmo, Braintree and Xoom. Learn more here.
HP has been at the forefront of building an inclusive workplace (the company’s earliest LBGTQ employee resource groups started more than 30 years ago). At HP, it’s all about creating a workplace that celebrates diversity and welcomes everyone in. In fact, the company is deep into a journey to reinvent the standard for diversity and inclusion with a mission to become THE employer of choice for underserved and underrepresented groups, including LGBTQ people.
Datadog is a monitoring service for hybrid cloud applications, assisting organizations in improving agility, increasing efficiency, and providing end-to-end visibility across the application and organization. Since launching in 2010, Datadog has been adopted more than 5000 enterprises including companies like Asana, eBay, PagerDuty, Stripe, Samsung, Target, The Washington Post, and Zendesk. Their D&I initiatives include (but are not limited to) diversity hiring goals, transgender care benefits, fertility treatment coverage, and support of employee-led virtual communities like Gaytadog and WomenofDatadog.
Wavemaker, one of Ad Age’s 2019 Best Places to Work, is a global media, content and technology company that believes a diversity of people and viewpoints fosters creative innovation, agency growth and a vibrant culture. In addition to a learning curriculum focused on inclusive leadership and management, Wavemaker regularly hosts diversity and inclusion events that celebrate and elevate their people and what makes them unique. Find out more here.