An effective way to promote LGBTQ+ inclusion is by normalizing the use of gender pronouns through your work, communications and interactions with employees and customers.
Today, the use of inclusive, non-binary pronouns is becoming more widely used across all industry sectors, including in the workplace, in community-based settings, and even in K-12 schools and post-secondary education. It is an important practice in promoting inclusion for individuals who identify as LGBTQ+ and ensuring all people feel welcomed and included regardless of their gender identity.
This report offers guidance around inclusive pronoun use and provides case study examples of what organizations and institutions are doing across industry sectors.
A listing of additional resources is also included in the report.