Sexual Orientation & Transgender ID Discrimination In the Workplace: Employer Obligations & Proactive Practice

Recorded Webinar | Diane L Dee | From: Nov 14, 2022 - To: Dec 31, 2022

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For most of us, work is stressful in and of itself. Imagine carrying the added emotional weight of having to deny or suppress one of the most fundamental aspects of who you are – your gender identity and sexual orientation – because either one does not conform to society’s norms regarding gender expression.

A historic Supreme Court ruling in 2020 outlawed workplace discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity. The court’s ruling immediately prohibited sexual orientation discrimination nationwide for employers with 15 or more employees.

Areas Covered:-

  • Defining sexual orientation & gender identity discrimination & harassment
  • Significance of a landmark sexual orientation case: Bostock v. Clayton County Georgia
  • 2020 Amendment to Title VII
  • Transgender discrimination & rights in the workplace
  • Discriminatory employment actions prohibited under Title VII
  • 5 signs of sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace
  • Coming out in the workplace
  • Hostile work environment & retaliation
  • Steps for creating an inclusive work environment
  • Use of preferred pronouns, implementation of gender-neutral bathrooms, access to locker rooms, transgendered-related care coverage under employer health insurance plans
  • Contacting a government agency for assistance – filing a claim with the EEOC
  • Importance of documentation
  • Terms you should know when discussing sexual orientation and gender ID
  • Do’s & Don’ts with respect to sexual orientation and gender ID

Why Should You Attend:-

Participation in this webinar will provide attendees with an understanding of employers’ and employees’ rights and responsibilities under sexual orientation/gender ID legislation.

Attendees will come away with the necessary tools to develop effective sexual orientation/gender ID policies and procedures and will have gained practical advice which will enable them to move toward building a more inclusive workplace.

Who Should Attend:-

  • Senior Leadership
  • Human Resource Managers
  • Managers and Supervisors
  • Team Leaders
  • Compliance Professionals
  • Operations Professionals