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2022 Practice Points 

Edition 1: Key Insights

Published: 20 September 2022

The first topic in our series, Key Insights, highlights some of the key findings from the 2022 AWEI Survey and provides a valuable summary of results across major areas.

Edition 2: Being Out at work

Published: 10 February 2023

The edition highlights findings relating to people of diverse sexuality, being out at work. We focus on perceptions, engagement, safety, mental health and wellbeing, bullying and harassment, and respondent feelings towards being comfortable enough to be out at work.

Edition 3: Trans and Gender Diverse Inclusion

Published: 20 February 2023

This edition focus’ on data relating to trans and gender diverse respondents, the differences between the experience of those open or not open in the workplace and differences in experiences between transgender and cisgender respondents.

Edition 4: Allies in the workplace

Published: 28 February 2023

This edition is focused on what makes an ally, who are more likely to be active allies, and how important are they in helping to support LGBTQ people in the workplace?

Edition 5: Regional Australia

Published: 28 February 2023

This edition shines a spotlight on the experiences of regional employees, the differences between regional employees, and how regional LGBTQ employees are feeling about inclusion initiative in their workplace.

Edition 6: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Inclusion

Published: 8 March 2023

This edition shines a spotlight on the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees, and how this cohort of LGBTQ employees are feeling about inclusion initiatives in their workplace.

Edition 7: LGBTQ Women & those perceived as women in the workplace

Published: 15 March 2023

This edition highlights the different experiences of LGBTQ women and those perceived as women in the workplace, including the disparity between feelings of health and wellbeing, engagement and productivity within the workplace.

Edition 8: Leadership impacts and LGBTQ inclusion in the workplace

Published: 22 March 2023

This edition looks at the responses to “I know of active executive allies and/or sponsors in my organisation’ and the impact that having a visible executive has on all areas of workforce wellbeing and connection.

Bi+ Visibility

A full report on Bi+ visibility is available here.
Due to this extensive report, a 2022 Practice point will not be completed for this section of the data this year.


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