That's what I took it to mean, that they could do more. I think he was just giving an honest appraisal. 30% in top management is really good and I would think this is a high number for financial businesses overall.
Thank you, Dev, and Happy Thanksgiving to all our American members, and best wishes to all our members from around the world. I hope that everyone has something to be thankful for. I am thankful I belong to this wonderful community.
Thank you all so much. I really appreciate your responses!
The consensus seems to be to keep it to myself, and be prepared to document potential harassment, and only then make an issue out of it. I think that is the route I'll take. Phew - that's a load off!
@tracy_j, your experience sounds a lot like my potential situation. I really appreciate you sharing that.
I've read the HR policy on the dress code, and it says not to wear anything casual - to keep it business appropriate, which I think even in the unlikely event I'm brave enough to wear woman's clothing to work, so long as it's business-attire, it technically shouldn't be an issue. I took your advice looking at legal issues, and if I'm understanding it correctly, both my state and the federal law protect against discrimination based on sex which may include pregnancy, gender identity, or orientation as well as biological sex organs.
Wow, it's been a year on HRT. I have come a long way in a year. If you told me I would still be on cloud 9 back then, I wouldn't have believed you. But here I am and still feeling great. Thank you all for being here and supporting me through this last year. I am looking forward to the things to come.