Bloomberg: Global Diversity & Inclusion

Bloomberg: Global Diversity & Inclusion

Bloomberg’s diverse workforce and open culture are essential to innovation and the key to our success. Our efforts help establish an inclusive work environment where all Bloomberg employees feel respected for their diversity and empowered to impact the business globally.

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Cracking the Code: Working Together to Engage and Empower Female Technologists at Bloomberg
Originally posted on bloomberg.com/careers.  To create products that serve increasingly diverse customers and solve a wider range of social problems, technology companies need women engineers. However, only 25 percent of ...
Jul 25, 2019 3:35 PM ET
Bloomberg Celebrates Pride Month in June, Marks 50 Years Since the Stonewall Uprising
Originally posted on bloomberg.com. Bloomberg LP is celebrating Pride Month in its offices around the world, building on decades of the company’s support for its LGBT employees and the community at large. Throughout the month,...
Jun 19, 2019 2:40 PM ET
Understanding Our Intersectionalities: Embracing Multiple Identities Within the LGBT+ Community
The LGBT+ community is intersectional, diverse, and ever-evolving, encompassing members with a wide range of other identities, from race and ethnicity to religion and age. For example, a disabled lesbian Muslim woman will belong to multiple cultural groups and may identify...
Jun 17, 2019 11:30 AM ET
Bloomberg LP Expands Parental Leave Policy from 18 to 26 Weeks of Fully-Paid Leave for Primary Caregivers
Gender Neutral Policy Also Covers Adoptions and Foster Placements Updated Policy Is Double the Average of Communications and Finance Industries and 63% More than Average for Tech Firms
May 16, 2019 4:55 PM ET
What Are Your Blind Spots? Conquering Misconceptions Surrounding the U.S. Asian-pacific Community
The U.S. Asian-Pacific community, spanning more than 50 racial/ethnic groups and speaking more than 30 languages, isn’t easily defined. The term “Asian American” was coined in 1968 to help establish a collective identity in the U.S. at a time when communities with Asian roots could benefit from embracing their shared history. But simplifying racial categories has brought both benefits...
May 14, 2019 1:55 PM ET

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