HR influencer and LGBTQ+ advocate Katrina Kibben will show you how to use language that helps everyone feel included, regardless of gender. You will learn how gender identity has evolved and discover what steps to take to ensure your workplace is keeping up.
What You'll Learn
- What topics should you include in a mask and vaccine policy?
- What documentation may you require to prove vaccination?
- Do you need to include warnings to protect your organization?
- What language should your policy include about reasonable accommodations?
What pronouns do you prefer?
Learn how to handle gender in the workplace.
COVID-19 has put issues of safety in the workplace under a microscope, and mental safety is no exclusion. In July, a Pew Research Center survey found that 42% of Americans know someone who is transgender, and about a quarter of the people surveyed know someone who uses gender-neutral pronouns, such as “they/them.” Your team members can no longer be classified as only males or females; today, many people do not fit within the traditional gender dichotomy.
You need to ensure employees of all genders feel safe so they can thrive at work. Even in supportive environments, many transgender and nonbinary individuals can still expect uncomfortable conversations. It starts during the candidate experience. Small tweaks can lead to better communication for everyone—whether you’re transgender or simply someone with a name that could be mistaken for a different gender between different languages, cultures, or generations.
- What are pronouns? How should you use them appropriately?
- How can you practice pronouns to avoid getting them wrong?
- How can you build belonging in the candidate experience?
- In what ways can your organization use more inclusive language?
Who Should Attend?
- Top HR and recruiting influencer
- Featured expert in publications like the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and Forbes
- Over 15 years of corporate copywriting and training experience as a CMO, technical copywriter, and managing editor for leading HR media and technology companies
- Non-binary LGBTQ+ advocate
- Founded Three Ears Media to teach recruiters how to develop inclusive, unbiased job postings and candidate experience content
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