To Court Workers, Japanese Firms Try Being More Gay-Friendly

He pitched his idea for Job Rainbow, an employment website aimed at gay people, in a business contest sponsored by Japanese tech companies two years ago. He won 10 million yen, or about $9,100, and set up the site with his sister. Job Rainbow initially …
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