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How 'allyship' can make LGBT+ staff feel less excluded in the work place

By Luke Fletcher, Associate Professor in Human Resource Management, University of Bath
Deborah Brewis, Associate Professor in Management Strategy and Organisation, University of Bath
Rosa Marvell, Postdoctoral researcher, Oxford Brookes University
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More than 40% of lesbian, gay, and bisexual people experience conflict – such as being undermined, humiliated or discriminated against – at work, according to a recent report. This figure rises to 55% for transgender and non-binary staff, compared with 29% for their heterosexual colleagues.

The report from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), suggests that these issues are often…

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