Starting out: the LGBT careers guide 2015/16

Document type
Guidance
Corporate author(s)
Stonewall Group
Publisher
Stonewall
Date of publication
6 October 2015
Subject(s)
Employment, Minority Groups
Collection
Social welfare
Material type
Reports

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This national guide enables students and those seeking a new career to find out about organisations that are firmly committed to promoting equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people and staff. It includes tips on on job hunting and best practice once you've got the job, alongside insights into different employment sectors and details of the most LGBT-friendly employers in Britain.

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