BBC suggests staff include gender pronouns in their emails
The BBC is encouraging staff to include their preferred pronouns in email signatures, to make transgender and non-binary colleagues feel more welcome. New guidance, posted on the corporation’s intranet, says adding pronouns at the foot of emails – for example, if they prefer to be referred to as he, she or they – is a “small, proactive step that we can all take to help create a more inclusive workplace”.
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