How to Build a More Equitable Workplace for LGBTQ+ Employees, According to LinkedIn Survey Data

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Scroll through LinkedIn during Pride Month and you’ll likely see posts from LGBTQ+ employees discussing how thankful they are that their company has made them feel comfortable bringing their true selves to work. These stories are inspiring and heartwarming, but they don’t tell a universal story.

New survey research from LinkedIn has found that 71% of LGBTQ+ professionals feel that they’ve been passed over for a promotion or a raise when they weren’t code-switching at work. Code-switching is the practice of adjusting your style of speech, appearance, behavior, or expression to reflect the norms of a dominant group. For

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