"At the end of the day, our bottom line is in the hands
of our front line."
John Timmerman, former VP of Operations, Ritz-Carlton
Did you know?
conservative estimates suggest there are 20 million Lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people un the U.s.
The combined buying power of U.S. LGBTQ adults is $917 billion annually
20% of THOSE 18-34 IDENTIFY AS LGBTQ AND 12% IDENTIFY AS TRANSGENDER OR GENDER NON-CONFORMING
82% of transgender and gender non-conforming guests have been misgendered in the past year in a store, bank or other public space
96% OF TRANS AND GENDER NON-CONFORMING CUSTOMERS WILL BE MORE LIKELY TO SUPPORT BUSINESSES THAT TRAIN THEIR EMPLOYEES TO BE inclusive
What does this mean for your business?
Your organization is exposed if your front-line team does not receive training on how to comfortably and confidently serve LGBTQ and other diverse colleagues and community members.
Equality Institute provides thoughtful and impactful situational training programs designed to create meaningful dialogue, develop empowering tools, and reduce your organization's legal exposure.
Our easily accessible, non-preachy, situational unconscious bias trainings will mitigate risk. Our approach ensures that your team members, including the front line team, have the tools and know-how to serve all diverse guests. This brings customer loyalty and improved corporate culture -- and saves you money.
Meet the team who will enhance your employees' sensitivity towards colleagues and guests.
Learn the variety of trainings we offer for every type of institution. Ask us about creating a custom training for your team.
The results from our ground-breaking survey of transgender and non-binary guests and other recent LGBTQ research.
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