How to prepare your workplace for a transgender employee

Lisa Gillespie, HR services director at Moorepay, offers advice on how employers can ensure a positive experience for transgender staff.

While employers recognise that they have a legal duty to eliminate any discrimination in the workplace, many worry about how to ensure a transgender employee has a positive experience of joining their workforce.  

So what should employers be doing to prepare?

Awareness

Most employers already know that discrimination on the grounds of...

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