June 23, 2021 at 1:00 PM EST
With an estimated 1.4 million transgender individuals in the U.S. today, and Gen Z—the most gender-fluid generation in history—entering the workforce, it’s time for HR to step up support for trans and non-conforming people in the workplace.
The most LGBTQ+ inclusive companies already report higher productivity, employee retention rates, and overall employee-wellbeing. But being inclusive isn’t just about business outcomes—it’s about creating safe spaces for employees who face disproportionately high rates of harassment, depression, and even suicide. HR and People Ops have the power to reverse the trends at work, and help turn the tide for employees who need it most.
In this interactive one-hour session, we talked to Katrina Kibben [they/them], a top HR and Recruiting expert, about:
We answered the questions that other outlets are too afraid to tackle.
Katrina Kibben [they/them] hates traditional speaker bios that rant and rave about what someone has accomplished and where they went to college.
Sure, Katrina has been named a top HR and Recruiting influencer and is a featured expert in publications like the New York Times, Chicago Tribune, and SHRM National. But here’s what Katrina wants you to know:
Katrina is a non-binary, trans writer that founded Three Ears Media to teach recruiters how to develop inclusive, unbiased job postings and candidate experience content. Get ready to think differently and care more from Katrina.