A Model for Supporting LGBTQ+ Employees: Providing Safety, Equity, and Community
AuthorViñas, Keila L.
PublisherBoston College Center for Work & Family
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AbstractCorporate initiatives to support the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ+) communities have been steadily gaining momentum over the past several years. Early efforts primarily focused on antidiscrimination policies and workplace protections and have, over time, expanded to include equitable benefits offerings and an emphasis on cultivating an inclusive and supportive work environment. In the last few years, corporate activism has also been on the rise, with an increasing number of organizations taking a public stance on a variety of issues in support of their LGBTQ+ employees and the communities they serve.
Table of ContentsRapidly Evolving Legal and Social Landscape. LGBTQ+ Population at a Glance. LGBTQ+ Workforce: Understanding their Experience. Safety, Equity, and Community Model: A Practical Guide to Create a Better Workplace for LGBTQ+ Employees. Corporate Best Practices. Glossary of Terms. Conclusion and Key Recommendations.
CitationViñas, K. (2022). A Model for Supporting LGBTQ+ Employees: Providing Safety, Equity, and Community. Boston College Center for Work & Family.
Series/Report No.Executive Briefing Series;
SponsorsErnst & Young LLP (EY)
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