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An inclusive workplace is one of the top priorities for job seekers. Yet businesses aren’t prioritizing anything but surface-level DEI, something that ain’t foolin’ any of us. Especially LGBTQ people.

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lgbtq people are being discriminated against and most businesses haven't created abundant inclusion for all identities.

IF YOU DON'T HAVE A ROBUST PRACTICE IN PLACE AROUND TRAINING, WORKSHOPS, AND OTHER DEI ACTIVITIES, YOU'RE ALREADY BEHIND.

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The workforce has changed. 

People’s personal missions are a higher priority for how people approach their job. Boomers are retiring fast, and millennials are bringing different expectations. While the workers have revised their priorities, most organizations aren’t adapting.

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Your customer has high expectations.

Centering equity is more than just a competitive advantage; it’s an expectation. Hiding behind the mythical ideas around “my customer isn’t ready” is old-school thought. The reality is that your customers want you to step up.

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If you’ve committed to equity, you’ve nailed the first step. But this is more than just a commitment; it’s action. Allyship is more than intentions; Dorothy expects all business leaders to take radical steps toward absolute liberation for every LGBTQ person. To get there, we have to start where we are; Listen Up, Leaders discusses a handful of the most common objections, misconceptions, and benefits of workplace inclusion. This is all part of your journey into a more dynamic office environment.

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about us

Gale, Dandridge, and Zbornack. No, it’s not a law firm. It’s just three incredible Queer icons that have the name Dorothy. We’re all for respecting where we came from and aren’t afraid of a bit of nostalgia. 

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our approach

Dorothy works directly with people leaders to grow their abilities and understanding of equity at work. Our approach mashes up culture, advocacy, and equity with a common-sense approach to diversity and inclusion, so it's work you can do right here, right now. 

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from the blog

Grammatically speaking, a pronoun is a word that refers to a person. Most languages will reference gender when using a pronoun, such as he or she, and languages such as Estonian do not have a separate word for him or her. This post discusses neopronouns and third-person personal pronouns beyond he, she, it, they, one, and it.

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