How to find a job in India when you’re LGBTQI+

While India decriminalised homosexuality two years ago, most Indian companies are still taking the first steps towards gender diversity.

The representation of LGBTQI+ employees at large and small Indian companies is still significantly low. To top this, in India, 79% of the LGBTQI+ employees have indicated that their career growth has slowed down because of their gender identity and expression, and revealing their sexual orientation, according to a recent report by Accenture (pdf).

In this scenario, many employees choose to keep their identities private. According to the Accenture report, only 40% of employees across 26 countries globally are open about their gender expression. Yet, there are some companies in India that are not only vocal about their goals for a gender-diverse workplace but also hire affirmatively.

To tap into this network of inclusion, there’s plenty an LGBTQI+ job seeker could do—including, in some cases, signifying one’s identity on one’s resumé.

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Car Insurance Tips – How to Find A Good Car Insurance Company And Save Money

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LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 22, 2020 / ( ) has released a new blog post that explains what factors to analyze when looking for a reliable car insurance company.

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With so many insurance companies competing for business, drivers might find it a bit difficult to choose the right carrier. The following tips will help them select reliable companies:

  • Avoid suspicious companies. The first step is to check which companies have been reported to scam people. Look for websites that report scams and place the companies you find in a blacklist. Things get really suspicious when agents and companies begin to call out-of-the sudden. Unsolicited calls are usually red flags for scams.
  • Look for companies that have strong financial
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Find out how Drivers are Classified by Car Insurance Companies

LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / August 23, 2020 / ( ) has released a new blog post that explains how insurance companies classify drivers and why there is a such a huge price difference for car insurance premiums.

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Insurance is a risk-based business. Normally, each company wants to profit as much as possible. In this case, companies profit when they insure drivers who are less likely to commit an accident, make claims,and always pay their premiums on time. Find out more and get free car insurance quotes from

Basically, there are 3 risk categories, each one with a different risk profile:

  • Preferred (or Premium). This is a top tier category and includes the safest drivers. Clients placed in this category do not have any at-fault accident or have been involved in accidents in the
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