New help to stop gay bullying

February 2007
People Management;2/8/2007, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p10
The article announces the launch of Stonewall's guide for dealing with the harassment of gay employees in the workplace. The guide will help employers prevent the bullying and harassment of gay staff. The guide showcases 11 organizations, including Accenture and BT, for their innovative ideas in dealing with the issue.


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