EXHIBITORS '22

Information Technology

LGBTIQ+ NETWORK

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WE STAY PRIDE

Dieser Arbeitgeber ist Teil des We Stay Pride-Programms und macht LGBTIQ+ Diversity zu einem festen Bestandteil der Unternehmenskultur.

Employees
50,000+ Globally
Locations

Berlin, Böblingen, Ratingen, Hamburg; Worldwide

Company languages
English, German (C1-Level required)
Contact

per online formular

Contact person

Alisha Rogerson

About us

Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) is a leading IT company that enables its customers to stay ahead technologically. Through our comprehensive portfolio of solutions for cloud, data centers and workplace applications, our technologies and services make our customers' IT more efficient, productive and secure worldwide. We are one of the largest technology companies in the world, operating in over 150 countries and leading the market in several industries. We believe in partnership, innovation and trade – our culture defines us as a company: how we act, how we treat others and how we do business.

Why we are a partner of STICKS & STONES

HPE is an equal employment opportunity / veteran / disabled / LGBT and affirmative action employer. We are committed to diversity and building a team that represents a variety of backgrounds, perspectives and skills. We do not discriminate and all decisions we make are based on qualifications, merit and business needs. Our goal is to be a global, diverse team that represents our customers, in an inclusive environment where we can continue to innovate and grow together.

Career opportunities
  • Working student
  • Direct entry
  • Young Professionals
  • Senior Professionals
We are currently looking for

We are looking for Inside Sales Account Managers to become part of our HPE family in the Sales Center above the roofs of Berlin. In this role, you will use our products to solve tomorrow's challenges and make our customers' IT more efficient, productive and secure.

We offer these LGBTIQ+ related measures and services in our company
  • LGBTIQ+ Diversity Management
  • Protection against LGBT+ discrimination in the Code of Conduct or similar.
  • Sanctions in case of discrimination against LGBTIQ+
  • No gender-specific dress codes
  • Participation in queer public events (CSD/pride/queer street festivals/etc.)
  • Gender-inclusive language in official internal communications
  • Training for employees on how to deal with sexual and gender diversity
  • Program for allies, e.g., an ambassador program or other measures to promote allyship (allies are supporters of the LGBTIQ+ community)
  • Commitment by business partners to LGBTIQ+ protections in their code of conduct (e.g., in a supplier code of conduct)