Tag Archives: Work

TUC highlight biphobia at work

A new report from the Trades Union Congress (TUC) draws attention to the continuing challenges of bullying and harassment facing bi, trans, lesbian and gay people in the workplace – more than ten years on from the equality regulations that should have ended discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation, at least. The Cost Of Being Out At Work notes: […]

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European Parliament calls for further protection at work

The European parliament has called for further measures to improve the protection of LGBTI people on the shopfloor, and beyond. It comes in a report on the implementation of the EU’s Employment Equality Directive. The Directive, which was adopted in 2001, bans discrimination on the basis of age, (dis)ability, sexual orientation and religion and belief, in the field of employment […]

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Talking Bi in the Civil Service

CSRA Talks Bisexuality is your chance to find out what it’s like as a bisexual person working in the UK’s Civil Service. Join them for live stream event today 1 September 2016 at 4:00pm. The agenda includes: Research into the experiences of bisexual civil servants: we’ll give a quick overview of the data and research we’ve gathered into the experiences […]

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Discrimination At Work (It’s So Over)

“Discrimination at work – It’s so  over”, pamphlet by Stonewall, 2004, 8 pages New laws mean you don’t have to put up with grief over your sexual orientation. Not anymore. So begins Stonewall’s slender A6 pamphlet, making clear the effects on employment practice of the Employment Equality (Sexual Orientation) Regulations 2003. It details the three kinds of grief (direct and […]

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