How to be an LGBTQ+ inclusive employer of choice
In this IIL inclusion and diversity webinar, Maurice Rose and Ben Johnson talk about the importance of creating LGBTQ+ inclusive recruitment practices and how this contributes to the overall inclusion of the workplace and makes your organisation a better place for everyone to work in. It also links this to the increased level of regulatory scrutiny we are currently seeing from the UK regulators.
Do you know that:
- 35% of LGBTQ+ people in the UK choose not to disclose their sexuality at work
- 1 in 4 LGBTQ+ people experience bullying in the workplace
- More transgender people hide their identity at work now than they did five years ago
- In 2017 there were only 2 out LGBTQ+ CEOs in the FTSE100
Looking at these points and more, in this talk, the speakers discuss the key components of LGBTQ+ inclusive recruitment processes, success stories, regulatory focus and the LINK Inclusion framework: what is, how you can use and the benefits it will bring.
- Why being an LGBTQ+ inclusive employer is important
- How you can make your recruitment processes more LGBTQ+ inclusive
- How you can use the new LINK inclusion framework to make your organisation an employer of choice for the LGBTQ+ community
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.
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- Online event
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