By Nicole C. Raeburn
A long-overdue learn of the place of work move, Raeburn's research specializes in the mobilization of lesbian, homosexual, and bisexual worker networks during the last fifteen years to win household accomplice merits in Fortune a thousand businesses. Drawing on surveys of approximately 100 enterprises with and with no homosexual networks, in depth interviews with human assets executives and homosexual worker activists, in addition to a couple of case reviews, Raeburn unearths the influence of the bigger social and political surroundings on companies' openness to gay-inclusive regulations, the consequences of and company features on businesses' willingness to undertake such regulations, and what thoughts were top-rated in remodeling company regulations and practices to aid equitable merits for all workers.
Nicole C. Raeburn is assistant professor and chair of sociology on the collage of San Francisco.
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