Home Office halts bisexual prejudice

November 2009
People Management;11/19/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 24, p13
The article reports on the diversity training courses launched by the Home Office in an effort to discuss prejudice against bisexual staff. The Home Office utilized an e-learning package to allow human resource (HR) managers to identify group of staff where gay and bisexual stereotyping is prevalent. According to Ravi Chand, head of equality and diversity at Home Office, the training courses allowed lesbian, gay and bisexual employees to declare their sexual orientation.


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