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Oblikovanje vključujočega okolja pri organizacijah s certifikatom "LGBT prijazno" : magistrsko delo
ID Vrbovšek, Valentin (Author), ID Boštjančič, Eva (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window

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Abstract
Delovna populacija postaja vedno bolj raznolika, zato je za sodobne organizacije pomembno, da vlagajo vire v razumevanje, upoštevanje in izobraževanje o raznolikosti in vključenosti zaposlenih, kar vključuje tudi vzpostavitev različnih ukrepov, kot je certifikat “LGBT prijazno”, ki ga podeljuje Mestna občina Ljubljana. LGBT osebe se na podlagi spolne usmerjenosti ali spolne identitete lahko srečujejo z diskriminacijo, stigmatizacijo ali nasiljem na različnih področjih svojega življenja, vključno z delovnim okoljem. Razkritje svoje osebne identitete na delovnem mestu je lahko za to skupino oteženo, kar se povezuje tudi z negativnejšim odnosom do dela in višjim doživljanjem stresa na delovnem mestu. V magistrskem delu sem raziskoval, kako se pridobljeno znanje iz izobraževanja pred pridobitvijo certifikata odraža v delovnem okolju organizacij, kako omenjeni certifikat ocenjujejo vodje in kako delovno okolje zaznavajo zaposleni v organizacijah. V raziskavi je bil uporabljen kvalitativni pristop, ki je vključeval intervjuje z vodji in spletni vprašalnik za zaposlene. Organizacije se za pridobitev certifikata odločajo iz različnih razlogov, vodje pa certifikat večinoma dojemajo pozitivno. Pojavljajo pa se velike razlike glede ukrepov, ki jih organizacije sprejemajo, in predaje znanja zaposlenim. Na podlagi pretekle literature in podatkov iz raziskave so izpostavljena priporočila, kako lahko organizacije poskrbijo za bolj vključujoče delovno okolje, ki se nanašajo na predajo znanja in organizacijo izobraževanj za zaposlene, obnavljanje znanja ter vzpostavljanje kontaktnih oseb in podporniških mrež.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:raznolikost na delovnem mestu, usposabljanje o raznolikosti, LGBTQ, diskriminacija, vključenost, inkluzija
Work type:Master's thesis/paper
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FF - Faculty of Arts
Place of publishing:Ljubljana
Publisher:[V. Vrbovšek]
Year:2023
Number of pages:45 str.
PID:20.500.12556/RUL-152003 This link opens in a new window
UDC:159.9.331.104(043.2)
COBISS.SI-ID:180279555 This link opens in a new window
Publication date in RUL:27.10.2023
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Secondary language

Language:English
Title:Creating an Inclusive Environment in Organisations With the "LGBT Friendly" Certificate
Abstract:
The workforce of the world is becoming more and more diverse, so modern organisations must invest resources in understanding, considering, and educating employees about diversity and inclusion, which also includes the establishment of various measures, such as the "LGBT- friendly" certificate awarded by the City of Ljubljana. Based on their sexual orientation or gender identity, members of the LGBT community face discrimination, stigmatisation, or violence in various areas of their lives, including their work environment. For these reasons, coming out at work can be difficult and can be linked to negative attitudes towards work and higher work-related stress. The current master’s thesis poses the questions of how knowledge from the training connected to the certificate is reflected in the work environment of organisations, how the certificate is evaluated by managers and how the working environment is perceived by employees in organisations that have received the certificate. The research uses a qualitative approach, which includes interviews with managers and an online questionnaire for employees. The study finds that organisations obtain the certificate for various reasons, and the managers mostly perceive the certificate positively. However, there are large discrepancies regarding the measures taken by organisations and the transfer of knowledge from management to employees. Based on previous literature and data from the research, recommendations are highlighted on how organisations can ensure a more inclusive work environment, which relate to the transfer of knowledge, organisation of training for employees, the renewal of knowledge, and the establishment of contact persons and ally networks.

Keywords:diversity in the workplace, diversity training, LGBTQ, discrimination, inclusion

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