#workingpositively is a campaign that invites employers to commit to being visible role models in their support for HIV-positive employees.

The #workingpositively campaign first launched in Germany in June 2019 and has expanded to Austria, Slovakia and the Czech Republic. Since its beginnings in Germany, over 100 companies have signed a declaration committing to end workplace discrimination against people living with HIV.

The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is proud to work in partnership with IBM, SAP and Deutsche Aidshilfe to bring #workingpositively to the United States giving American employers the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to ending stigma and bias surrounding HIV and AIDS.

Read quotes from leading businesses on their commitment to #workingpositively.

About #workingpositively

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#workingpositively Employer Resources

Making it Real: Workplace Inclusion for People with HIV

Inclusive employers know that creating welcoming workplaces across a wide spectrum of workforce diversity, including people living with HIV, is not only the right thing to do, but is also good business practice.

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HIV & AIDS: Legal Landscape for Employers

Employees living with HIV or AIDS are protected from employment discrimination under Federal legislation.

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HIV & AIDS: History of Corporate Engagement

Corporate support for HIV & AIDS isn't new. For nearly 30 years, corporations in the United States have engaged in the HIV and AIDS awareness movement in various ways, intersecting and paralleling the call for LGBTQ workplace equality.

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