How can workplace policies be more inclusive of non-binary individuals?
One-third of members of Generation Z say that they know someone who identifies as non-binary, and one-third of trans individuals identify as non-binary. In this video, Jessica Clarke, Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University, discusses how organizations and institutions are creating inclusive environments for non-binary individuals.
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