Our brochure is a great resource for coworkers to begin thinking about how to best make your workspace safe and welcoming for all coworkers. The following tips can help you towards ensuring your workplace is free of discrimination and harassment.
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What the EEOC’s Decision in Macy v. Holder Means for You
On April 20, 2012, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued a landmark decision holding for the first time that discrimination against transgender employees is covered by the federal sex discrimination law, Title VII. This ruling was issued in the case of Macy v. Holder, brought to the EEOC by Transgender Law Center on behalf of our client Mia Macy.
Rights and Responsibilities as Clarified by the Gender Nondiscrimination Act of 2003 (AB 196). A joint publication of National Center for Lesbian Rights and Transgender Law Center.
In 2002, the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing began to accept claims of discrimination based on gender identity as discrimination based on sex. In doing so, the agency made it possible for transgender people to seek administrative remedy to discrimination in employment, housing, and public accommodation without having to first prove that they were covered by state law. In order to alleviate the confusion and head off any protracted court fights about the state of California law, we worked together to clarify FEHA in this guide.
A Snapshot of the Economic Health of San Francisco’s Transgender Communities
With planning support from the Women’s Foundation of California, Good Jobs NOW! provides a simple snapshot of the economic reality experienced by transgender survey respondents. From February 5th through March 12th, the San Francisco Bay Guardian and Transgender Law Center surveyed 194 self-
identified transgender people living, working, or looking for work in San Francisco. The outcomes are stark.
En 2015, la EEOC emitió una decisión en Lusardi v. McHugh, sosteniendo que algunas de las formas mas comunes de hostigamiento que enfrentan los empleados transgénero – que les digan que no pueden usar el mismo baño que los demás, o intencionalmente refiriéndose a ellas con el nombre o pronombre equivocado – constituyen una discriminación ilegal bajo Título VII. Este guia le ayudara a entender los pasos que debe tomar para presentar una queja ante la EEOC por discriminación en el empleo.
This model policy and guide will clarify the law and help your company welcome and include transgender, gender non-conforming, and transitioning employees. Included is a sample policy that your company can use as the basis for creating your own inclusive policy to ensure transgender, gender non-conforming, and transitioning employees feel safe and welcome in your workplace.