Sharing pronouns at work can start before you even take the job. Here’s my advice - for the interview and day 1.
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.
Holding bad bosses accountable is rare. Too many companies value the bottom line over a baseline of humanity and it’s hurting us, the people who want to do great work.
Creating safe spaces for trans employees isn’t just about writing policy that is inclusive. It’s about doing more than just listening to challenges, too. You have to step up and do these four things.
You can help employees be better allies in their communities by introducing them to speakers and initiatives that teach allyship.
Where do our responses and reactions at work originate? Is that the right question to ask when having a challenging moment in the office?