Posted by: outandequal | January 17, 2013

New Year, New Career, Authentic You – LGBTCareerLink 2.0

CareerLink-Logo---Large---Transparent-BKIf you’ve made a New Year’s resolution to find a career that allows you to be your whole, authentic self in the workplace – a promise that deserves to be kept, now is the time to act.

This month Out & Equal launches its new LGBTCareerLink resource, with user-friendly and optimized changes to make finding the right job easier and more reliable. The steps to getting started are simple, and it only takes a few minutes to create a free Out & Equal LGBTCareerLink job seeker account. Once your account has been set up, you can upload a searchable resume and begin to use advanced search options to find positions that provide you with a good fit. You can also set up individualized email notifications of new job openings; these suggestions are based on your preferences regarding position level, salary, industry, field, location, and type.

Out & Equal has a number of founding partners in establishing the new LGBTCareerLink job board, including:

  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Brown-Forman
  • The Colorox Company
  • PNC
  • United Health Group
  • Comcast
  • Ernst & Young
  • Wellpoint
  • Pacific Gas and Electric Company
  • BP
  • T-Mobile

These companies and organizations value the diversity and inclusion that you seek in the workplace, and organizations joining this list in the search for qualified, suitable LGBTQ job candidates – like yourself! – increase in number every day.

(Visit our employer opportunities and products page to learn more about representing your company or organization on Out & Equal’s LGBTCareerLink – either through continued sponsorship or the occasional job post.)

As an LGBTQ or Allied job seeker, know that you can find a position and employer that reflects, shares, and respects your values. And you can find them now because you’re not the only one searching; inclusive employers are looking for you, too. Add your resume to the LGBTCareerLink database.



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