Supporting non-binary and transgender employees (4): Recruitment
Author: Shelagh Prosser
XpertHR editor: Zuraida Curtis
- The recruitment process should be fair, transparent and inclusive of all applicants, regardless of their gender identity. (See Recruitment)
In our series of four guides on supporting non-binary and transgender equality in the workplace, we look at the key steps that employers can take to ensure that non-binary and transgender employees feel supported at work and are able to be themselves. We provide practical guidance on how employers can foster an inclusive culture, recruit, progress and retain non-binary and transgender employees, encourage effective performance and minimise the potential for discrimination.
In this guide, we consider how HR can ensure that the recruitment process is inclusive of all applicants. This is the fourth guide in our series on supporting non-binary and transgender equality in the workplace:
- In Supporting non-binary and transgender employees (1): Terminology, we set out the appropriate terminology that should be used regarding gender identity.
- In Supporting non-binary and transgender employees (2): Creating an inclusive workplace, we explore factors to be considered when creating an inclusive workplace.
- In Supporting non-binary and transgender employees (3): Supporting an employee who is transitioning, we look at how HR can support an employee who is transitioning.