Best Practices for Accommodating Nonconforming Gender Identities in the Workplace

Accommodating nonbinary individuals in the workplace can be similar to accommodating transgender employees. For example, employers and supervisors should respect an employee’s choice to use a different name from what may appear on their official ID. It also helps to go along with a nonbinary individual’s preference for gender-neutral pronouns such as “they” and “their.”

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