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HRC Foundation presents its new webinar series, The Look Forward - timely topics on LGBTQ workplace inclusion and equality.
Our latest study reveals that despite a changing social and legal landscape for LGBTQ people, still over half of LGBTQ workers nationwide hide who they are at work.
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The question of gender with simple "female" and "male" options can pose a challenge for transgender people.
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Equality Rising is an overview of the successes and setbacks of LGBTQ advocates and allies around the world in 2015. This report aims to educate the American public about notable events from last year in the growing global equality movement.Read more
Transgender-Inclusive Benefits: Colleges & Universities
A newer area of focus on colleges and campuses is ensuring that health insurance policies provide transgender-inclusive coverage.Read more
Companies Launch Business Coalition for the Equality Act
In March 2016, HRC announced the launch of HRC’s Business Coalition for the Equality Act, a coalition of 60 major employers that have officially endorsed the bipartisan Equality Act.Read more
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