HR: Luxembourg’s deputy prime minister had some advice on employee engagement at this summit.
How to better include lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) staff in the workplace and the benefits this can bring to bosses was a subject of a conference organised by the Comité pour la Charte de la Diversité Lëtzebuerg (Luxembourg Diversity Charter Committee) earlier this month.
According to the NGO’s most recent survey, only 30% of Luxembourg employers that have signed the group’s “Diversity Charter” include LGBT people within their official diversity policy. This represents 14.5% of LGBT employees, the committee stated.
The headline speech was given by Étienne Schneider, the deputy prime minister, who shared some of his own professional experiences, the NGO said in a press summary.