Workplace Inclusion for Gender and Sexual Diversity
Egale offers private, public and not-for-profit sector organizations reliable, high-quality training and development for professional, management and organizational development on both a local and national scale. We aim to help clients develop the strategy, motivation, and accountability required to foster 2SLGBTQI inclusion and safer space.
Egale promotes and fosters the human rights and equitable inclusion of Two Spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, queer, and intersex (2SLGBTQI) people in community, schools, and work through consultation, programs and services, training & development and community engagement.
By recruiting, retaining and advancing 2SLGBTQI employees, organizations increase their ability to compete for talent, minimize attrition costs, and gain wider access to 2SLGBTQI consumer markets.
There is greater demand for and increased value of companies stocks because of expected benefits of diversity and inclusion policies. Top 5 companies with currently most popular stocks have LGBTI inclusive policies in place – CNN Business, 2019
of LGBTQ employees in Canada report experiencing discrimination in the workplace compared to only 3% of non-LGBTQ employees
of trans people are turned down or suspect they were turned down for a job because they were trans
of openly 2SLGBTQI people leave their workplaces because they feel unwelcome or unsupported by management.
of the top 50 Fortune 500 companies feel that diversity policies (including sexual orientation and gender identity) are good for business.
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90-min Interactive Webinar
An introduction to 2SLGBTQI identities and common workplace inclusion practices.
Designed and delivered by leading subject matter experts in Canada, our compelling virtually facilitated 90-minute interactive webinar on Workplace for Gender and Sexual Diversity teaches participants to create supportive conditions and foster positive interpersonal and institutional relationships with 2SLGBTQI identifying stakeholders.
Our webinar helps audiences build their allyship skills and capacity for culturally informed practice through a structured presentation, first-person case scenarios, and expert Q&A. Participants leave the webinar with both inspirations and tips for beginning to effect positive changes across the organization.