Sexual orientation and identity

Many organisations consider their employees’ sexual orientation and identity a private matter. But whether it’s small talk at the coffee machine or at company parties: the standard idea of a heterosexual partnership is usually simply assumed. As a human resources professional, your goal should be to create an open working environment without bias or prejudice. In that way everyone can make use of their talents and competencies.
 

What you can do
 


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