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Research shows that when employees can bring their authentic selves to work, not only do they perform better, but are more likely to become longer-term contributors to their organization.

This instructor-led online training covers LGBQ terminology, and focuses on concrete, intentional practices for everything from recruiting employees, to creating an inclusive environment that ensures they continue to thrive.

These practices are not solely for Human Resources professionals but are essential for employees at all levels within an organization; it takes everyone on a team to make an environment genuinely inclusive.

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Everyone in the workplace is part of the solution to creating a culture of inclusion. Contact us to learn more about this program.

Everyone deserves to be themselves at work

The top reason LGBTQ workers don’t report negative comments they hear about LGBTQ people to a supervisor or human resources? They don’t think anything would be done about it -- and they don’t want to hurt their relationships with coworkers

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    46% of LGBTQ workers

    say they are closeted at work, compared to 50 percent in HRC’s groundbreaking 2008 Degrees of Equality report

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    1 in 5 LGBTQ workers

    report having been told or had coworkers imply that they should dress in a more feminine or masculine manner

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    53% of LGBTQ workers

    report hearing jokes about lesbian or gay people at least once in a while

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    31% of LGBTQ workers

    say they have felt unhappy or depressed at work

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