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  • Best Practices for Promoting LGBT Diversity
    American Bar Association Commission on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI), 2013

    This comprehensive list of best practices covers internal and external issues, plus compensation benefits. While it doesn’t go into detail, it gives employers an idea of what an inclusive workplace looks like
  • Building Pride’s Employment Toolkit: A resource for LGBT inclusion in the workplace
    Pride at Work Canada

    This toolkit contains comprehensive guidance on LGBT employment good practice for HR professionals, LGBT employees and senior leadership. It covers introductory guidance to sexual orientation and gender identity in the workplace, the business case for LGBT inclusion, and legislation (Ontario and federal). It also offers in-depth information on recruitment and retention, bullying and harassment, LGBT employee resource groups, and trans identity.
  • Sexual orientation and gender identity: Creating an inclusive work environment ­­- A guide for law firms and other organizations
    The Law Society of Upper Canada, 2014

    This guide explains the policy development, implementation and review process, and has a model policy for firms. The section on employer legal obligations is mostly based on Ontario law. This is a useful guide for employers developing workplace policies that are inclusive of all sexual orientations and gender identities.
 
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