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Some 86% of Fortune 500 firms now ban discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, up from 61% in 2002. Around 50% also ban discrimination against transsexuals, compared with 3% in 2002. It is not enough however to make sure that your hiring practices build up a diverse workforce, diversity cannot give your business a competitive advantage unless it is managed with effectiveness on an on-going basis.

Some of the earliest and most obvious moves to make the workplace more inclusive were born out of the struggle for women’s rights and racial equality. Work to recognize and implement the rights of the Rainbow Community is based on the same underlying human rights principle – all humans are born equal and deserve to go about their lives with freedom and respect. It follows therefore that all employees can expect to be treated equitably.















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