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myGwork spoke to Dean Newman from DAZN to discuss the need for bisexual visibility, what true allyship looks like and why organizations need to be having this conversation in the workplace. Hi Dean – can you tell us a bit about yourself?My name is Dean Newman (pro-nouns He/Him), I am a Team Leader of the Network operation team in DAZN who mana...Read more
By Dean Newman, Network Operations Team Leader at DAZNComing out as Bisexual was something that I didn’t expect I’d do for most of my adult life. After being married for about 16 years and suffering emotionally from the deterioration of that relationship and becoming estranged from my kids, I needed to hit reset on life in my mid 30’s and dati...Read more
I love being part of the DAZN team! I have the freedom to initiate ideas and take ownership over projects, in a really supportive environment. There has been a positive shift in the past year towards a focus on wellbeing, both physical and mental, and fostering an inclusive environment with loads of great initiatives happening in the DEI space with support from exec level and across the business. Its a step in a really great direction and I am excited to see how things continue to develop and improve.
I am enjoying being part of the Talent Acquisition Leadership team and having the ability to influence our hiring strategies globally, as well as incorporating our core values and DEI initiatives.
DAZN is taking positive steps to be progressive with it initiatives and policies regarding Diversity and inclusion. In my time (over 4 years) I have always felt comfortable in DAZN to be out and my authentic self, which has enabled me to be my best at work and love coming to work.