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Hibob Rolls out non-Binary Gender Promoting Platform

By HR Tech Outlook | Thursday, April 09, 2020

Hibob's new non-binary gender identity and preferred pronoun features are at the forefront of HR technology and inclusivity and is unavailable on most HR technology platforms

Fremont, CA: Transformative HR platform Hibob announced the rollout of its non-binary gender identity and preferred pronoun features through the platform, bob. Today's modern workforce demands a great deal of recognition and a more significant deal of power of their individuality. The company's new platform, bob's features allow organizations across the globe to give their employees more power over how they are addressed and identified in the workplace.

“Companies addressing identity and inclusivity of their employees are proving to the entire market that they are respectful and welcoming of a diverse set of perspectives. Freedom of self-identity and acceptance will set the stage for a culture of connectedness that results in increased productivity and a willingness to collaborate,” says Ronni Zehavi, CEO of Hibob. “I am proud that bob is continuing to support HR departments around the globe by empowering employees to self-identify and bring connectivity to a whole new level.”

Hibob's new non-binary gender identity and preferred pronoun features are at the forefront of HR technology and inclusivity and is unavailable on most HR technology platforms. The company's new non binary gender capabilities are sufficient to support an organization in fostering their peoples’ sense of belonging, diversity, and inclusion, all while staying compliant. In most scenarios, employees that fall outside male or female binary gender identities often feel uncomfortable or hesitant about addressing their gender. These features allow HR professionals to give their employees freedom over how they are addressed. This level of flexibility shows employees that their organization is listening to them and promotes inclusivity.

“When HR leaders address current and future headcount, it is crucial for them to factor in diversity and inclusion, and prevent bias and discrimination throughout their processes,” says Zehavi. In addition to making employees feel more comfortable and accepted in their workplace, Overall, the bob platform’s non-binary gender capabilities reveal that leading companies are headed towards a culture of higher inclusivity.

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