Nobody should be denied the freedom to work and provide for themselves and their families just because of who they are.
Unfortunately, too many bosses, corporations, and agencies deny or force people out of jobs simply because we are transgender or gender nonconforming, causing tremendously high rates of unemployment and underemployment in our communities. Transgender Law Center supports working people in their efforts to get and stay employed no matter how they express their gender. We combat workplace discrimination by providing information about the law, as well as about how to file a discrimination complaint with state, federal, and local agencies. We also educate employers about their legal obligations to create workplaces free from discrimination and harassment.
Know Your Rights: Transgender People at Work
Trans Employment Program
Model Employer Policy
HRC’s Trans Toolkit for Employers
Tips for Working with Transgender Coworkers
Root & Rebound
Tips for Lawyers Working with Transgender Clients and Coworkers
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TLC Celebrates SCOTUS Decision While Urging LGBTQ Movement to Remember: We are not free until Black trans women are free
Today Transgender Law Center paused to celebrate the U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) consolidated opinions in R.G. & G.R. Harris Funeral Homes v. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia. The decision denies employers the right to...
Center for Constitutional Rights and Transgender Law Center Raise Up Legacy of Transgender Resistance and Resilience in Wake of Historic Supreme Court Arguments
Read the stories of transgender people who have faced discrimination in the workplace. Today, the Center for Constitutional Rights and Transgender Law Center joined dozens of LGBTQ and civil rights organizations on the steps of the Supreme Court to show that LGBTQ...
Last Friday, Transgender Law Center submitted a comment in strong opposition to the proposed rules by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance that would amend section 204(c) of Executive Order 11246. The proposed rule would allow federal...