LGBT equality in the workplace

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Welcome to our web pages on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality in the workplace. 

We have gathered information, tools, resources and best practice in one place to help organisations better understand and address the issues relating to sexual orientation in the workplace. 

More information  and resources will be added over the coming months, and we will continue to develop the pages, so that they stay as useful as possible for you. 

Your feedback is always welcome, so if you want to share local or national good practice please email us on

For more information on diversity and inclusion take a look at the diversity and inclusion web pages.



Find out why LGBT equality in the workplace is a priority.

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Information, tools and resources

Information, tools and resources to support you on issues relating to LGBT equality in the workplace.

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A collection of inspiring and unique blogs from LGBT colleagues.

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Case studies

Shared learning and good practice from organisations progressing their LGBT equality performance.

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