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IDAHOBIT 2022: standing up to anti-LGBT+ abuse at work

Beckett Frith
Beckett Frith

Senior Content Officer, Mental Health at Work

The 17th of May was IDAHOBIT, the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. While many organisations consider themselves allies to the LGBT+ community, we know that many staff still experience abuse because of their sexuality or gender identity whilst at work.

In this blog, we ask what employers can do to build a supportive culture for LGBT+ people, and how to step in when anti-LGBT+ abuse is happening.

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