LGBTQ+ Are Less Satisfied At Work Compared To Colleagues

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According to the LGBTQ+ Employee Satisfaction Report, recently published by the job search engine Glassdoor, LGBTQ+ are not as satisfied at work as their non-LGBTQ+ colleagues.

This explains why, on average, companies receive lower ratings.

At Glassdoor, the average company rating for non-LGBTQ+ employees was 3.47, while the LGBTQ+ rating fell to 3.27.

Commenting on the latest report, Scott Dobroski, Vice President of Corporate Communications at Glassdoor, said: “Choosing where to work is an incredibly important and personal decision, especially for those who identify as LGBTQ+. There are a variety of factors that can make their work experiences potentially more challenging, from differences in health care coverage to cases of employment discrimination and more. We encourage job seekers to go deeper into the employee experience on Glassdoor and leverage LGBTQ+ company ratings and pay data to help them make more informed decisions about where to work.”

For more information, read the original story in Tech Republic.

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