AuthorMcCann, Bernard A.
JournalJournal of Employee Assistance
PublisherArlington, VA: Employee Assistance Professionals Association
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AbstractMost would agree we are in the midst of a zeitgeist regarding how to think about and respond to evolving changes in gender expression. To truly realize our mission of adeptly providing assistance to all employees, including those existing outside binary (female/male) gender frameworks, a better understanding of this dynamic is essential. Indeed, even the vernacular used when refer- ring to these individuals continues to evolve [See appendix - Common LGBTQ Terms and Definitions]. Specifically, two of these terms, transgender and gender nonconforming identify those whose gender identity or expression no longer conforms to historical perceptions.
CitationMcCann, B. (2023). Supporting Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Employees. Journal of Employee Assistance. 53(3), 8-15.
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Discrimination in employment
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