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Sexual Orientation and Transgender Issues in Organizations

Towards an Inclusive Human Resource Practice

Chester Alexis C. Buama

216 pages
Arcler Education Inc
Sexual Orientation and Transgender Issues in Organizations: Towardsan Inclusive Human Resource Practice examines various aspects of sexual orientation and helps in understanding severalissues related to transgender in an organization. The historyof sexual orientation issues in organizations have been provided along with variousmeasures required for sexuality and operations management. Provide the reader withthe insights into the world of transgender, so as to understand the problems and issuesrelated to discrimination they come across in their day to day life.
Author Bio
Chester Alexis C. Buama, is a college instructor at Laguna State Polytechnic University College of Arts and Sciences where he served as its College Research Coordinator, University Publication Adviser (Unit Head), Bay Breeze Group of Publications and Coordinator of Curriculum, Instruction Quality Assurance. He is also a member of local and international organizations: he is a senior Member of the Royal Institute of Educators, Singapore, Reading Association of the Philippines, and International English Learners Training Institute. He was a Philippine Youth Ambassador to ASEAN countries and Japan which was sponsored by the Cabinet Office of Japan (Office of the Prime Minister) and Office of the President of the Philippines in 2010. He has a Master’s degree in Management major in Public Administration a. He was conferred a Doctorate Degree in Philosophy major in Public Administration, h.c. in 2016. At present he is teaching Principles of Management and Organization, Good Governance and Social Responsibility, Business Communication, Macro and Micro Economics and Philippine History and Constitution. Moreover, he has actively participated in the Civic Activities of the Global Cooperation Society International, Philippine National Chapter and is often invited as resource speaker in various journalism and leadership seminars in Laguna.