What happens on day one for gender non-binary workers matters. It sets the tone for the team, the employee, and says a lot about your culture.
Being an ally in the workplace isn't just rainbow backgrounds and t-shirts in June. There are subtle cues to show your allyship every day.
Pronoun policies often leave out the most important part: humanity. That's why we need to reconsider them as well as requiring pronouns.
You can help employees be better allies in their communities by introducing them to speakers and initiatives that teach allyship.
Should we require people to share their pronouns? I think they should be mandatory in email signatures because they are one of the small subtle cues of love.
People realized they don't belong in shitty workplaces and they have power. The result? A talent market we've never seen.