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 LGBT employees said they don’t come out because they’re afraid of being  stereotyped, damaging relationships with co-workers or making people feel uncomfortable. (Photo: Shutterstock)

A little more than half of LGBT workers say they’re comfortable being out at work, according to a study released by the Human Rights Campaign. It’s roughly the same number as a decade ago, and it calls into question how well many big companies’ ubiquitous diversity initiatives are working.

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