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Photo 13 Dec 13 notes In 2008 General Motors was the only automotive company to  attend a job fair at Atlanta’s Southern Comfort, an annual conference on  transgender issues. Meanwhile, Tina Seitz, who transitioned in 2006  while working at GM, tells us that during that time her employer  recruited her to assist in creating transgender-related training  materials for the company. “GM has made every effort to go beyond merely  tolerating transgender individuals,” Seitz says. “They’ve reached  out, striving to learn what the company can do to make our work  experience as stress-free and rewarding as possible.”
GM’s It Gets Better Video

In 2008 General Motors was the only automotive company to attend a job fair at Atlanta’s Southern Comfort, an annual conference on transgender issues. Meanwhile, Tina Seitz, who transitioned in 2006 while working at GM, tells us that during that time her employer recruited her to assist in creating transgender-related training materials for the company. “GM has made every effort to go beyond merely tolerating transgender individuals,” Seitz says. “They’ve reached out, striving to learn what the company can do to make our work experience as stress-free and rewarding as possible.”

GM’s It Gets Better Video


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