Approximately 2% of the United State’s population identifies as transgender, a very real and tangible piece of the workforce. As of 2015, a study with nearly 30,000 trans participants found that 77% of of them “hid their gender identity, quit their jobs, or took other steps to avoid mistreatment at work.” Six years later, it is long past time for our workplaces to step up their game and become more trans-inclusive. We all have to work, isn’t it time for the workplace to be healthy for all of their employees, not just some of them?
Source: What Your Company Can Do to Build a Trans-Inclusive Workplace
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