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That HR Podcast episode 3: Taking pride in LGBT+ diversity

15 Jun 2018 By PM Editorial

As corporations roll out the rainbow flags for Pride Month 2018, we’re asking: how can we make our workspaces genuinely LGBT+ inclusive? Plus, L&D guru Perry Timms tackles tech-based learning, and agony uncle Tim Pointer advises a listener trying to get their foot in the door of the HR profession.

That HR Podcast is back, and as corporations roll out the rainbow flags for Pride Month 2018, we’re asking: how can we make our workspaces genuinely LGBT+ inclusive? Our expert panel discuss the importance of allies in a truly diverse and inclusive workplace; and L&D guru Perry Timms tackles tech-based learning. Plus, agony uncle Tim Pointer advises a listener who is trying to get their foot in the door of the HR profession.

Join People Management staff writer Emily Burt on the podcast that takes the pulse of HR – and don't forget to give us your feedback by tweeting us at @peoplemgt or emailing pmeditorial@haymarket.com.

Thank you to our guests from this episode:

  • Krishna Omkar, associate, and Jules Quinn, partner, at King and Spalding
  • Perry Timms, CEO of People & Transformational HR
  • Tim Pointer, founder of Starboard

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