Mobility

January 2017

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M otivated by significant shifts in social and political viewpoints over the past several decades, as well as the current competition for global top talent, many companies have taken great strides to make the workplace more inclusive for all employees. Lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) employees have especially benefited during this period of change and now enjoy nearly all of the same on-the-job benefits as their non-LGBT colleagues. Nonetheless, social stigmas and discrimination persist to this day, and LGBT employees can still feel iso - lated, forgotten, and afraid to be their true selves at work. MODERNIZING YOUR RELOCATION POLICIES TO INCLUDE LGBT EXPATRIATES A Guide to Retaining Top Talent By Jason L. Rogers and SooHyung Gurtcheff-Smit

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