negotiate an equalities statement on sexual orientation and gender identity

Negotiate an equalities statement on sexual

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negotiate an equalities statement on sexual orientation (and gender identity) make sure all other policies include an equalities clause - again, including sexual orientation make sure policies include equality for bisexual workers as well as lesbian and gay workers and tackling biphobia as well as homophobia pay particular attention to the harassment policy, ensuring it includes a confidential route for making complaints ensure family friendly and work/life balance policies work for people with non-traditional families and that they can be accessed without Bargaining support group e-mail: [email protected] LGBT group e-mail: [email protected] 10
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L e s b i a n , g ay a n d b i s e x u a l w o r ke r s r i g h t s – M ay 2 0 1 3 having to jump through hoops to ‘prove’ entitlement or jeopardise confidentiality reach agreement that policies will be widely publicised, training put in place and policies’ effectiveness regularly monitored and reviewed seek to ensure local managers’ discretion on how policies are implemented is kept to a minimum make sure e-mails about LGBT equality are not screened out by crude fire-walls involve your branch LGBT group or LGBT members in negotiations negotiate time off for trade union LGBT activities. FURTHER INFORMATION Visit UNISON’s LGBT webpages for up to date advice, information and events – Sign up for the monthly e-bulletin and hard copy mailings on LGBT issues. Find the contact for your regional LGBT group, who can put you in touch with your branch LGBT group or advise you on how to set up a group. If you don’t have internet access, or for help when you need it, call UNISON direct on 0845 355 0845 (voice) or 0800 0 967 968 (minicom) between 6 am and midnight, Monday to Friday and 9 am to 4 pm on Saturday. UNISON welcomes comments on this factsheet and examples of agreements that you have negotiated. Please write to or email us: Carola Towle National officer, LGBT equality UNISON Membership Participation Unit 130 Euston Road London NW1 2AY [email protected] Bargaining support group e-mail: [email protected] LGBT group e-mail: [email protected] 11
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