Tips on Being Trans-Friendly

If you’re unfamiliar with the language and support required to accommodate your transgender employees, it can feel overwhelming to get everything perfect. But you can start with the basics and work your way up. 

 “If managers attend affinity group events that would be a great way to show employees your commitment. I’ve seen managers attend the annual Philadelphia Trans Wellness Conference, which attracts the most trans people around the world, and if business leaders are just present there, showing their support, that can go a long way.”

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Employers in Transition

Employers in Transition

One of the challenges facing today’s HR managers and business leaders is ensuring their work environments are safe spaces for employees identifying as LGBTQ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning).

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