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Transsexual Workers: An Employer's Guide

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Here is the second edition of Transsexual Workers, updated in 2003 to reflect the latest changes in corporate practices, legal decisions, and resource materials. Like the first edition, it includes basic information about transsexualism, an explanation of the transition process, illustrative personal histories, information on relevant civil rights and disability laws, tips ...more
Paperback, 135 pages
Published November 28th 2003 by Center for Gender Sanity (first published August 1st 1998)
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Apr 08, 2012 Gwen rated it it was amazing
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This book is short but to the point. It contains a coherent (albeit slightly dated) description of what being transgender means. It also contains guidelines and advice for employers who have transgendered employees. An excellent first-read for employers who have, to their knowledge, never had a transgendered employee before. Much of the information provided is also useful for friends and family members of transgendered individuals. Highly recommended.

My only criticism is that it would have been
Walworth discusses transsexual employees in the workplace from a manager's point of view, covering a lot of basic questions about transsexuals, the process of transition, legal issues, bathroom usage, and so forth. She reassures managers that transsexual workers can continue to function in their jobs, and points out that while transgendered people don't necessarily have legal workplace non-discrimination rights, but that it is not only better to be on the safe side in these situations, but is th ...more
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