More workplaces are launching initiatives to make their LGBT employees feel safe and welcome.salutes this trend and encourages its continued adoption.
However here are some current efforts worthy of note.
puts the case for LGBT diversity and inclusion on the mainstream business agenda.
It also encourages volunteering and fundraising for relevant charities and events (such as the Scotiabank AIDS Walk that ties into the Stephen Lewis Foundation). “We provided counselling for the individual, as well as to the branch employees.” However not every LGBT employee is ready to go public.
“For staff who would like confidential counselling or just a supportive, private conversation, they can use our Scotiabank Pride chat line, or reach out to the bank’s “There is a great environment and feeling of openness.
At Scotiabank they are walking the talk.”Sodexo is the leading provider of integrated food and facilities management services in 80 countries including Canada. Every day they serve 1 million consumers across the country. Here is more: Sodexo is number one on the Top 50 Companies for Diversity list.
The firm’s senior level has almost 30 percent more racial/ethnic diversity and 38 percent more gender diversity than the Diversity Inc Top 50.
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They know Angel says that taking part in Scotiabank Pride activities has a great impact on his professional development within the bank.
“I have worked in other companies before, where diversity was endorsed, yet they had no committee or activities to back this up.
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