To understand why TuTu is different, you need to embrace our relentless focus on shared values. First, what are values, and why do they matter?

Why Values

Selecting your values as a candidate for the Unicorn Talent Universe is crucial because it allows us to better match you with organizations that share your values and culture. By identifying and selecting your top values, we can more effectively connect you with companies that promote diversity and inclusivity in the workplace.

Culture Starts with You

This not only leads to a better match between you and the organization but can also create a more fulfilling and satisfying work environment. It's a way to ensure that you are not only a good fit for the job but also that the job is a good fit for you, creating a mutually beneficial relationship that can lead to long-term success and growth.

Unicorn Values

Each member of the Unicorn Talent Company strives to embrace our ten unicorn values. Each candidate and sponsor company can list their top three values in their career postings.
  • 1

    The belief that all people should be treated equally and have equal rights, regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity or expression.
  • 2

    The value of being true to oneself and expressing oneself honestly and openly, without fear of discrimination or prejudice.
  • 3

    The value of creating safe and welcoming spaces for people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, and ensuring that everyone feels valued and respected.
  • 4


    The value of enabling LGBTQAI people to take control of their lives, make their own choices, and achieve their goals, without limitations or restrictions.
  • 5


    The value of speaking out and standing up for LGBTQAI rights, and promoting positive change and progress.
  • 6


    The value of building and strengthening relationships with others who share similar experiences and challenges, and supporting one another through solidarity and shared goals.
  • 7


    The value of celebrating and embracing differences in sexual orientation, gender identity, race, ethnicity, and other forms of diversity, and recognizing that these differences make us stronger and more resilient.
  • 8


    The value of living in a world where everyone has the freedom to love who they want, be who they are, and express themselves without fear of persecution or discrimination.
  • 9


    The value of persevering and overcoming obstacles and adversity, and developing strength and resilience in the face of discrimination or intolerance.
  • 10


    The value of building and nurturing meaningful relationships with others, and recognizing that love is a universal human experience that transcends sexual orientation or gender identity.