Demonstrating LGBTQ Allyship through Inclusive and Equitable Workplaces

September 16th, 2022 | | 47:58
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More than ever, LGBTQ+ equality is on the minds of employers and this episode of the Business Group on Health Podcast tackles some of the most pressing issues facing organizations striving for allyship. In conversation with representatives from the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), we discuss the Corporate Equality Index, a benchmarking tool on policies, practices and benefits pertinent to LGBTQ employees. We talk about what’s changed, why these things matter, and do some myth busting when it comes to LGBTQ benefits. We also get a real-world perspective from a member of HRC’s Parents for Transgender Equality National Council on the ways employers can support LGBTQ employees and family members.

Guest: Raina Nelson, Senior Manager, Workplace Equality Program at Human Rights Campaign
Guest: Joy Wilson, Member of the Human Rights Campaign’s Parents for Transgender Equality National Council

Thank you to today’s episode sponsor League.

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