Why rainbow logos alone aren’t enough to support LGBTQ employees

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A few days into this Pride Month, one of Paul Wolfe’s direct reports contacted him to ask for advice: His daughter came out to him as a member of the LGBTQ community and the employee wanted to know how to best support her.

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For Wolfe, senior vice president and global head of HR at Indeed, it was a request that bridged his personal and professional worlds. Wolfe came out as gay in 1982 when he was 15, first telling three friends and then his mom. Sharing his reality helped him feel more fulfilled, yet it was a “scary” prospect, he says,

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