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Avoiding Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace


Created on June 08, 2021





Given the US Supreme Court ruling of Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, decided June 15, 2020, employers, employees, and employment law attorneys need to understand the heightened protections afforded employees in the workplace based on gender identity and sexual orientation. 

In this practical CLE, attorneys will learn how to be culturally competent so as to understand and use proper terminology applicable to the LGBTQI community. They will also learn how to recognize and prevent gender identity and sexual orientation discrimination in the workplace. 

Learning Objectives:

  1. Use proper LGBTQI terminology

  2. Differentiate between gender identity and sexual orientation

  3. Recognize and prevent illegal discrimination in the workplace

  4. Implement training for the workplace

  5. Update existing policies to reflect the current laws surrounding LGBTQI discrimination

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