BT network welcomes gay staff diversity

BT network welcomes gay staff diversityOn 9 Apr 2002 in Personnel Today Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article BT has launched a support network to provide a forum for its gay, lesbianand bisexual staff. Kaleidoscope is expected to attract around 200 members initially across theBT group and will be run by a steering group of volunteers. The network aims to offer mutual career support to members and raiseawareness of the contribution that sexually diverse staff make to the company. BT group personnel director John Steele said the organisation had alsosigned up to the Stonewall diversity champions scheme, which promotes equalityin the workplace. “BT aims to support all of its people fully and already has threenetworks providing an additional voice for women, ethnic minorities andemployees with a disability,” he explained. The network will also provide support and advice for those staff wishing tocome out at work and increase BT’s understanding of the diversity of itscustomer base. In addition, Kaleidoscope will be available to contractors and temporarystaff and Steele is optimistic that the launch will promote BT as an employerthat supports minorities in its workforce: “I know it will set new standards for our gay, lesbian and bisexualcommunities. “It will also play a key role in helping to guide BT’s marketingactivities for its gay and lesbian customers,” he added. Related posts:No related photos. read more

Happy to See You! Alan Cumming Is Back in Cabaret Drag

first_img Cabaret Alan Cumming Show Closed This production ended its run on March 29, 2015 Related Shows Life is a Cabaret, old chum! Alan Cumming, reprising his Tony Award-winning role as the Emcee in the Sam Mendes/Rob Marshall revival, tweeted this selfie March 21 just before his first performance in the production at Studio 54. The Scot has been brutally honest about the changes he’s undergone in the last 16 years since he played the part, even tweeting about how he’s now a man who dyes his hair and talking about how he’s now an “ancient old hag” in interviews. Well, we can’t wait to see you at Studio 54, Mr. Cumming, you’ll always be young in our eyes. We do have a favor to ask, though: how about tweeting a hot shot of your co-star Michelle Williams? We really want to know what she looks like as Sally Bowles! Star Files View Commentslast_img read more