Topics :: GLBT workplace equality
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By Seth Hemmelgarn | Saturday Apr 5, 2014
A gay former America’s Cup employee is suing operators of the yacht race, claiming he was wrongfully terminated after top officials mocked his sexuality.
By Justin Snow | Thursday Apr 3, 2014
With congressional Democrats seeking to force a vote on immigration reform in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives through the use of a discharge petition, the White House indicated Wednesday its openness to using a similar strategy.
By Jason St. Amand | Tuesday Mar 25, 2014
Christian relief agency group World Vision announced this week their policy change to allow the hire of Christian married same-sex couples. Unsurprisingly, the announcement sparked outrage from anti-gay activists.
By Matthew S. Bajko | Saturday Mar 8, 2014
National developers wishing to build residential projects with 10 or more units in San Francisco would have to disclose if they prohibit LGBT discrimination under a proposal gay District 9 Supervisor David Campos is championing.
By John McDonald | Wednesday Jan 22, 2014
Is Publix a great company or an out-of-date entity? The supermarket giant, headquartered in Lakeland, Fla., has come under fire for how it treats its LGBT employees.
By Matthew S. Bajko | Monday Dec 9, 2013
Despite the House leadership’s refusal to bring it up for a vote, a federal bill banning LGBT workplace discrimination isn’t dead yet in the eyes of a South Bay congressman.
By Gene Johnson | Wednesday Dec 4, 2013
Two workers sued one of the nation’s largest rail companies Tuesday, saying their same-sex spouses have repeatedly been denied health benefits even though voters in Washington state legalized gay marriage last year.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Nov 6, 2013
Officials from General Motors recently announced a new policy that will extend marriage benefits to spouses of same-sex workers who have been legally married in a state that recognizes marriage equality.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Nov 4, 2013
Though the Senate is likely to pass the Employment Nondiscrimination Act for the first time, House Speaker John Boehner announced Monday that the bill "legislation will increase frivolous litigation and cost American jobs."
By David-Elijah Nahmod | Thursday Oct 31, 2013
SAG/AFTRA has released a groundbreaking study which concludes that even today, LGBT identified actors experience discrimination in the workplace, and subsequently indicated support for LGBT identified SAG/AFTRA members.
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