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BottledMadTeaArt by Cora L.A.i.



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Joined on January 23, 2023


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Business





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Pottery ceramics, paintings, and art



General Survey

Question: How many of your employees or volunteers are members of the LGBTQ+ community?

Answer: N/A


Question: Are your leadership, human resources, employees, or volunteers provided or required to utilize LGBTQ-specific training or educational content each year?

Answer: It recommended, but not required.


Question: How often do you believe your leadership, human resources, employees, or volunteers utilize LGBTQ-specific training or educational content each year?

Answer: Annually.


Question: Do you feel that your policies and procedures cover LGBTQ-specific needs for all of your employees, staff, and volunteers?

Answer: We have a general anti-discrimination clause that covers LGBTQ and other marginalized groups.


Question: Do you feel that your policies and procedures cover LGBTQ-specific needs for your those who rely on your service?

Answer: We have a general anti-discrimination clause that covers LGBTQ and other marginalized groups.


Question: How well do you feel that you and your staff are doing at creating an accepting and affirming presence for the LGBTQ+ community?

Answer: Our staff and space are generally friendly, non-hostile, and open to all people, but nothing LGBTQ+ specific.


Industry Survey

Question: Is your business currently affiliated with any LGBTQ+ organizations? If so, which ones?

Answer: I'm a new business so I look forward to building on this list.


Question: Has your business ever donated to or partnered with any organization(s)? If so, which ones?

Answer: [Blank]


Question: Would you be interested in participating in LGBTQ+ training provided by Equality Loudoun in the future?

Answer: [Blank]


Question: How do you make sure you are employing a diverse group of people that are qualified for the job?

Answer: [Blank]


Question: What are you doing to make your business a safe space in the community for LGBTQ+ people?

Answer: I embody a friendly and postive attitude to all people and love meeting them, talking with them, and working with them.


Question: Do you provide all-gendered/non-gendered/unisex restrooms or have a trans-inclusive bathroom policy at your place of business?

Answer: I respect the choice and make every effort to make sure that everyone I come in contact with are called and known by their pronouns, names, etc. I work from my home so all bathrooms are used equally by whomever needs to use them.

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