Biphobia, homophobia and transphobia still exist in the workplace and remain under-represented in diversity and inclusion conversations. Only 59% of organizations communicate strong leadership message on the importance of LGBT inclusion in the workplace to all employees.
of organizations consider LGBT-inclusive diversity and inclusion as required knowledge for manager roles.
of organizations have their people managers undergo advanced training on LGBT issues relevant to their role.
of organizations expect managers to make resources and guidance available to LGBT employees.
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