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enei, in association with the Government Equalities Office, invites you to a Roundtable to discuss its 2017 National LGBT Survey results and give input to its strategies on how LGBT inclusion in the workplace can be improved. It showed that:
GEO set out a range of commitments in its LGBT Action Plan including providing free training materials to:
This Roundtable is one of a series to gather the views of employers who are LGBT inclusive and those who are not, and to gauge their level of awareness of issues facing LGBT workers. It will explore issues, barriers and challenges which are limiting businesses from becoming LGBT inclusive and propose appropriate solutions in order to shape policy outcomes. The aim will be to discover and diagnose gaps, specifically from sectors that are underrepresented on workplace indexes. These are small and medium-sized businesses, retail, manufacturing, wholesale, health and social work, education, hospitality (hotels, restaurants, cafes and bars), arts, recreation and entertainment, public administration, information and communications, financial and business services, transport storage, construction, engineering, professional scientific and technical activities, charity, electrical/gas/water, agriculture, mining and quarrying. It is hoped that participants will represent various sectors across several regions.
The output of the Roundtable will help Government to learn what it can do to assist with ensuring all employers actively promote LGBT inclusion in the workplace and help shape policy outcomes.
Who should attend?
HR Managers, HR Partners, Heads of HR, HR Directors, Line Managers, Diversity practitioners; LGBT network leads, those who are responsible for HR policy or have a people management responsibility.
Numbers of Participants
Free to enei Members