As the workforce continues to diversify, it’s increasingly important for employers to do all they can to create supportive, respectful and inclusive work environments — including having an LGBTQ diversity and inclusion policy that is reinforced through diversity training.
By expanding diversity and inclusion policies to support the needs of LGBTQ talent more extensively, organizations can reap a host of benefits.
“With an engaged, diverse, and inclusive workforce, you are fostering an environment where employees are productive, feel valued and feel free to express ideas that may be the next big ‘change’ to move your company forward,” says Mollie Mantia, Director of Compliance for Talent Products at ADP. “Additionally, employees who feel valued are more than likely to send referrals your way.”
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