In this thought-provoking article, diversity and inclusion experts Claire McCartney and Dianah Worman OBE highlight the importance for employers of keeping apace with the relevant legislation and the developing terminology and policies concerning gender identity issues.

In this thought-provoking article, diversity and inclusion experts Claire McCartney and Dianah Worman OBE highlight the importance for employers of keeping apace with the relevant legislation and the developing terminology and policies concerning gender identity issues.

Gender identity is not binary

The conventional social notions about gender, that have normalised heterosexuality, are increasingly being challenged in the light of information from research in different disciplines and growing awareness about the concept of gender fluidity.

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