How inclusive is your workplace for 2S-LGBTQ+ communities?
Find out how your company ranks by taking our 2-Minute Quiz on Organizational 2S-LGBTQ+ Inclusion!
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Question 1 of 5
Policies or procedures to support someone who is transitioning in the workplace can be best described by the following statement:
A Policy and/or procedure is in place to support an employee who is transitioning during employment. Topics in this policy or procedure may include: names on official records and documentation, access to gendered spaces, dress code, health insurance benefits or time off work to support medical transition, communication plan with the team, and any other supports the employee may need.
There is no policy or procedure to support a team member transitioning on the job.
Not sure/don’t know
Question 2 of 5
Staff training on 2S-LGBTQ+ inclusion can be best described by the following statement:
All or most staff and volunteers have participated in a training within the last two years. Refresher discussions occur at staff meetings, and new staff or volunteers are given an opportunity to attend a training.
Some staff and volunteers have attended training, or most recent training happened more than 3 years ago.
No staff or volunteers have attended training.
Question 3 of 5
Access to washrooms and gendered spaces can be best described by the following statement:
People can use whichever gendered space best fits them and their identity. There is at least one washroom clearly available to everyone, regardless of sex or gender.
People can use whichever gendered space best first them and their identity. There is no gender neutral washroom.
All washrooms are gendered; people are not actively encouraged to use whichever space is best for them.
There are no washrooms or gendered spaces/not applicable.
Question 4 of 5
The use of gender neutral language can be best described by the following statement:
Largely uses gender neutral language (such as spouse, parent, child, use of singular they/them/their pronouns, etc.) in both verbal and in written communication. Avoids assumptions about sex, gender identity, or sexual orientation.
Documentation such as intake forms use gender-neutral language, but staff/volunteers often use gendered language based on assumptions of appearance, voice, or name. Does not use neutral language as a default.
Largely does not use gender-neutral language.
Question 5 of 5
Active participation in 2S-LGBTQ+ networks, communities of practice, or collaborations with industry experts can be best described by the following statement:
Is involved in either active membership of a local network, communities of practice, or collaborating with industry experts.
No involvement in any networks, communities of practice, or collaborating with industry experts.