Our members

Individual members: 6

Organisations (A > Z):

Accenture (2016)
Accenture is committed to the well being and inclusion of their LGBTQIA+ employees globally and supports them through the Allies network, in which all employees can come together to learn about LGBTQIA+ related topics, as well as by, for example, granting same sex couples the same benefits as other couples at all geographies.
Accenture BeLux is glad to be able to show this support also by participating in Open@Work, to be inspired and inspire through experiences and ideas sharing with other organisations. This is part of our strategy to contribute to a more diverse workplace and society, in which every individual has a place and is respected and valued. See some examples of how we support inclusion & diversity here. The link I have embedded is: https://www.accenture.com/be-en/about/inclusion-diversity-index

Actiris (2019)
As a socially responsible employer, Actiris wants to implement a diversity policy model. Participation in the labour market is an important vector in the creation of an inclusive society. The vision of Actiris as the Public Employment Service of the Brussels Region is based on the will to offer citizens quality services that contribute to the employment of job seekers in Brussels. By reflecting the diversity of our target groups in the Actiris workforce, we can better respond to the needs of the labour market.
As a member of Open@Work, Actiris aims to provide an inclusive workspace for all. We want our working environment, our HR policy and our organizational culture to take into account the needs of everyone. Actiris also wants to position itself as an inclusive Brussels employer open to all.

Arcadis (2021)
Arcadis appreciates the value inherent in a diverse workforce and an inclusive work environment: more holistic and informed decision making, higher performance and innovation, increased employee engagement and a better reputation in the marketplace.
At Arcadis, we value the differences between people and the contribution these differences make to our business. Our diversity and inclusion programmes aim to develop an open and inclusive workplace that fosters diversity of thought at all levels of the organisation, with the goal of fostering employee engagement and better meeting the needs of our clients.
Most importantly, in keeping with the Arcadis value of integrity and our keystone behaviour: We value each other, we are committed to ensuring that all employees feel valued, included, and treated with respect and dignity – it is a business necessity and our responsibility.

AXA (2020)
For years, Diversity and Inclusion have been part of AXA’s DNA and corporate culture. We are against all forms of discrimination and actively promote inclusion because we believe that by being able to be ourselves, we work better together. We work on several themes, including sexual orientation and gender identity.
AXA Belgium participates in Brussels’ Pride and is a proud member of Open@Work. This allows us to learn more about how best to include our LGBTQ+ colleagues and allies, and we can offer them the opportunity to expand their network and participate in conferences.

Bain & Company Belgium, Inc. (2021)

Belgian Defence Rainbow Community – BELDEFRAC (2019)
The Belgian Defence Rainbow Community (BELDEFRAC), the LGBTQ+ non-profit organisation of the Belgian Defence, aims to build an LGBTQ+ community, improve the visibility of LGBTQ+ personnel within the organisation and ensure a safe and inclusive workplace for our LGBTQ+ personnel.
One of its tasks is also to establish links with LGBTQ+ organisations that are socially active in the field of empowerment and advocacy.
Open@Work is for us one of these organisations where we can share knowledge and learn from the experiences of federal organisations and private companies.
We did not have to think twice about becoming a member.

Belgian Federal SOGIE Network – be proud (2019)

BNP Paribas Fortis – Pride Belgium Network (2016)
Together with Accenture and KLIQ, BNP Paribas Fortis is one of the cofounders of Open@Work. Our vision? Inclusion and respect for all forms of diversity are essential levers for success and are perfectly in line with BNP Paribas Fortis’ values, both internally and in our relationships with our clients.
Within our bank, BNP Paribas PRIDE Belgium (one of the 22 national PRIDE networks of the BNP Paribas Group) operates as a professional, non-community network that is open to all those who are LGBT+. Our goal: to contribute to the creation of a professional and social environment in which everyone feels at home and can do their thing. Regardless of sexual orientation, identity, or gender expression.
This building a positive, open, and inclusive future for employees and clients is in line with two of BNP Paribas Fortis’ key values:
– Make life easier: we promote the well-being of LGBT+ people by helping to develop an increasingly inclusive work environment. A place of respect and appreciation, where LGBT+ employees feel safe and not fearful of consequences for their well-being at work or their careers.
– Enable people to grow we organise fun events (conferences, forums, lunches, evenings, etc.) and help raise awareness among managers and employees about LGBT+, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression and biological sex. And we assist BNP Paribas Fortis, and in particular HR, in its policy to strengthen LGBT+ diversity, including with our clients and prospects.

Bruxelles Fiscalité/Brussel Fiscaliteit (2020)
At Brussels Fiscality, not only does every citizen of Brussels count, but also every employee. As a Brussels public administration, we strive for a “representative” composition: our staff should reflect society as closely as possible. In this way, we can offer the citizen a better service. Social evolutions regarding sexual orientation, gender identity and gender expression have not escaped our attention. That is why we have been a member of Open@Work since 2020. We want to show internally that everyone has the right and the opportunity to be themselves. We also want to increase our practical knowledge and experience within the personnel department. Externally, we want to give the signal that we embrace diversity by taking part in the Belgian Pride Parade via Open@Work. Because at Brussels Fiscality we believe that being yourself is essential for a healthy work environment.

Deloitte – GLOBE (2019)
Deloitte Belgium is proud to be a member of Open@Work. We believe that developing supportive networks is essential for our goal of fostering a diverse and inclusive environment and our purpose of making an impact that matters.
In 2019, we established GLOBE, our internal network for LGBT+ employees and allies to lead initiatives, celebrations and conversations about diversity and inclusion. Networks like Open@Work and GLOBE play a key role in ensuring that our people feel able to be themselves at work and have the same opportunities to develop and succeed. This commitment to inclusion enables our organisation to attract and retain people who contribute unique perspectives, celebrate, and learn both in and outside of work, and contribute to our organisation, clients and communities.

Environnement Brussels (2021)

Expert Academy (2021)
We believe that through training and coaching, anyone can become an expert in their profession or field. Our employees have a heart for the LGBT+ community and are driven professionals who want to pass on their passion and experience so that you can grow professionally and successfully achieve your goals. Developing your talent is our passion. Website: www.expertacademy.be

Flemish government (2019)

GSK – SPECTRUM network (2019)
Spectrum is a GSK Employee Resource Group that celebrates the inclusion of all people regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.
Our mission is to provide a supportive, nurturing forum for GSK’s employees, across the spectrum of sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression.
We support GSK’s gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and straight ally employees, and work with GSK to increase the awareness and understanding of issues and concerns that impact them.

ING – Rainbow Lions Belgium (2019)
At ING, we promote diversity not just because it is the right thing to do. We promote diversity because we can’t deliver on our strategy without it. Diversity is essential for our business because different perspectives drive innovation, accelerate growth, and lead to more robust decisions and outcomes. The Rainbow Lions is one of the D&I employee networks of ING Belgium. Their focus is on the LGBT+ community, their friends and allies. They are on a mission to support all employees and ING to create the right conditions for a trusted and safe working environment globally. They do this by actively promoting LGBT+ inclusion and awareness among ING management, employees and the public through internal and external workshops, membership in diversity organizations such as Open@work, participation in LGBT+ benchmarks, HR policy assessments and much more.
Want to know more?
Website: https://www.ing.jobs/belgium/why-ing/diversity-at-ing.htm
E-mail: RainbowLions.BE@ing.com

Johnson & Johnson – Open&Out (2021)
Johnson & Johnson and all its operating companies are committed to workforce diversity, creating equity across our systems, and fostering and advancing a culture of inclusion. We know that bringing diverse backgrounds, cultures and perspectives together drives innovation that helps us to solve today’s complex health problems.
J&J’s Open&Out is a global network of LGBTQ+ and Ally individuals who are open-minded and out to make a difference by creating safe and inclusive workspaces, fostering healthier communities, and empowering our employees. The group has chapters in J&J offices around the world and is driven by representatives in each country. We have a clear mission to champion the full inclusion of people from the LGBTQ+ community within Johnson & Johnson as well as in the communities we serve, and we encourage individuals to involve themselves as much as possible to show support for their LGBTQ+ colleagues.

Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance – LDIA 2019)
Members of the Legal Diversity & Inclusion Alliance commit to build a diverse and inclusive workplace in which everyone benefits from equal treatment and opportunities, irrespective of race, ethnic or social origin, gender or sexual orientation, age, disability, language, religion, political preference, or any other grounds of personal discrimination.  LDIA currently consists of 50 law firms. 
Our commitment to diversity and inclusion takes the form of a pledge to eliminate discrimination in the workplace, to promote an inclusive organisational culture, and to take tangible actions to fulfill the goals outlined in our charter. 
These are: building a cross law firm alliance, focusing on diversity and inclusion; exchanging good practices on diversity and inclusion; raising awareness of non-discrimination and diversity issues by combining efforts in organising events, workshops, training sessions, etc. working to create a diverse and inclusive work environment.
We strongly believe that combining our efforts will greatly aid our progress towards achieving these goals.
Website: https://legaldiversityalliance.be/
Contact: info@legaldiversityalliance.be

Linklaters (2019)

PagePersonnel (New member 2022)

Pfizer (2021)
At Pfizer, we embrace diversity and inclusion every day. It is an integral part of our culture. We encourage our people to express and function in ways that are consistent with who they are and how they identify among others, in terms of gender, ethnicity or sexual orientation. To ensure that our colleagues can grow in a safe environment, CRG networks are crucial, and therefore we have and are proud of our OPEN network.
This safe, diverse, inclusive, and equitable environment within Pfizer will not only allow every colleague to thrive and be the best authentic version of her/himself, but it also reflects the variety and diversity of patients Pfizer is aiming to serve across the world.

Procter & Gamble – P&G Gable (2020)

Proximus (2021)
It is no secret that Proximus attaches great importance to diversity and inclusion at the workplace for many years now. As a company, we believe it is important to keep this embedded in our culture and to let our employees know that they can be whoever they want to be. While the choice to talk about gender and sexuality remains a personal one, we strongly believe that people will truly blossom if they feel they do not have to be afraid that others might judge them. In order to reinforce this mindset and define our guidance regarding LGBTQIA+ people, Proximus joined “Open@Work” in order to benefit from its expertise to show its openness to diversity and inclusion towards its employees and towards society, and let everyone know that within Proximus, it is possible to be yourself.

PwC – Shine (2021)
At PwC, we’re committed to creating a fully inclusive workplace where everyone can be themselves, including lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning, intersex, asexual and self-identifying people (LGBTQIA+). This is not just because it’s the right thing to do, but because an inclusive workplace enables us to embrace diverse backgrounds and perspectives to create better outcomes for clients and society.
We’ve set up multiple networks within the PwC network, such as 🌈 SHINE for LGBTQIA+ and the global, PwC Europe and EMEA diversity and inclusion (D&I) communities. These networks organise various virtual and in-person activities to create an inclusive culture.
Shine is PwC’s LGBTQIA+ diversity network. This name reflects our vision to create a friendly and inclusive workplace for our LGBTQIA+ colleagues and allies. Every day they bring their authentic selves to work at PwC and Shine shows them that they are not alone. We bring into the spotlight the most important topics of our LGBTQIA+ colleagues.

Toyota Europ (New member 2022)

Trainbow Belgium (New member 2022)

UCB – UCB+ (2020)
UCB+ is UCB’s global LGBTQ+ Employee Resource Group, founded in 2019, which aims to contribute towards an open, inclusive, and safe environment for the LGBTQ+ community at UCB, where everyone feels equal and valued regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity/expression.
UCB+ aims to create awareness internally, leverage diversity of thought, increase UCB’s reputation as an employer of choice, and shape an attractive and diverse workplace for current and future talent.
UCB+ equally provides an inclusive platform for allies who recognize that people perform better if they can be themselves.
E-mail: ucbplus@ucb.com

VMware (2020)