Out at Work: From Prejudice to Pride

Brown, C, O'Leary, J, Trau, N and Legg, A 2018, Out at Work: From Prejudice to Pride, Diversity Council Australia, Sydney, Australia


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Collection: Commissioned Reports

Title of report Out at Work: From Prejudice to Pride
Author(s) Brown, C
O'Leary, J
Trau, N
Legg, A
Year of publication 2018
Publisher Diversity Council Australia
Place of publication Sydney, Australia
Subjects Human Resources Management
Organisational Behaviour
Abstract/Summary LGBTIQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex, queer and other terms that people identify with) inclusion is a relatively new component of diversity and inclusion. DCA's study, undertaken with RMIT University, involving conversations we had with over 1600 LGBTIQ+ workers about their experiences, revealed how important it is for Australian organisations to continue to build on that work. This report presents evidence about what it means to be out at work, and what organisations can do to make everyone feel included. Sponsored by Deloitte and QBE and supported by Star Observer, this work is a valuable contribution to the evidence on how important genuine inclusion is for LGBTIQ+ people to stay safe, feel welcome and to contribute their best at work.
Commissioning body Deloitte and QBE
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