The 'second coming out', where employees are open about their homosexuality, is an opportunity to allow employees to flourish.
Marketing maverick, Sylvester Chauke, who is the Friday stand-in for 702/Cape Talk's Redi Tlhabi, speaks to Nina Benjamin from Labour Research Services about the issue.
Listen to the conversation below:
In the Bill of Rights, there's a clear indication on no discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation.— Nina Benjamin, Labour Research Services
When we're speaking of homophobia, we're speaking of a fear. People seem to fear what they don't know or what they don't understand.— Nina Benjamin, Labour Research Services
When you're feeling discriminated against, your sense of security and self-esteem is being undermined. It's also difficult to put up a case...It's also difficult to prove.— Nina Benjamin, Labour Research Services
There's nothing that makes a lesbian worker for instance feel like anyone is there to protect them.— Nina Benjamin, Labour Reseach Services