Creating a Trans-Inclusive Workplace
Addressing Transgender Biases
Trans people have one of the highest rates of unemployment in the U.S. It is time for that statistic to change. Training employees on challenges transgender individuals face in the workforce, such as underemployment and unconscious bias, both creates a more inclusive space for LGBTQIA+ employees and signals to those employees that your organization is genuinely committed to diversity and inclusion.
In this microlesson, we educate employees and managers on how to mitigate unconscious bias and what steps everyone can take to make your workplace trans-inclusive. The lesson, intended for managers, provides data about transgender unemployment, tips for inclusive recruiting and hiring practices, and covers topics such as deadnaming and trans allyship.
- Trans people are hired at a much lower rate than most of the U.S. population
- Methods to eliminate unconscious bias in your hiring process to be as inclusive as possible to all people
- How to ensure that your workplace is a safe and welcoming space for trans people
Interested in training your employees with 3-5 minute video lessons that address specific and timely concepts?