Adding a rainbow filter over your company’s logo may seem to be enough to indicate that your organization is LGBTQ inclusive. Still, outward appearances don’t always translate into daily policy and practice. For instance, tech companies that made Black Lives Matter pledges had 20% fewer black employees than their counterparts that didn’t pledge.
It’s what you do that matters, not what you say you are going to do. When you’re looking at making your workplace more LGBTQ inclusive, you need to look at your full employee lifecycle – from where you source your candidates through to how you integrate employees at all levels of the company.
Here is what you can do to foster a truly inclusive workforce in your organization.
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