Topics :: employment protections
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By Steve Weinstein | Thursday Jun 26, 2014
Since its beginnings, EDGE has been charting the LGBT progress on the business front. When it began in as a regional website back, it was more the exception than the norm for a business to include job protection for gay and lesbian employees.
By Dylan Lovan | Friday Mar 7, 2014
Uncertainty over a short-lived proposal to open employment to gays at Kentucky’s largest private child care agency prompted many of its supportive churches to withhold giving last year, causing a multi-million dollar shortfall.
Sunday Nov 18, 2012
"The Same-Sex Legal Kit for Dummies" is the first Dummies reference guide to comprehensively address the legal issues facing the LGBT Community, including estate planning, marriage equality, adoption, surrogacy, artificial insemination, immigration, hous
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Dec 12, 2011
The Human Rights Campaign issued a guide to help consumersshop at businesses that support LGBT equality, with some surprises: Nike & Nordstrom: OK. Adidas/Reebok & Neiman Marcus? Not so good.
By Kilian Melloy | Tuesday Jun 14, 2011
A Tennessee law is under challenge from a suit that claims the measure is rooted in nothing more than anti-gay sentiment.
By Joseph Erbentraut | Friday Feb 4, 2011
Activists in Utah, Virginia and Florida look to gain legislative victories in 2011 through new statewide employment protections, domestic partnerships and other non-marriage forms of relationship recognition.
By Steve Weinstein | Friday Jan 14, 2011
A Tennessee lawmaker is trying to head off attempts by the Metro council that governs Nashville to require businesses with city contracts from discriminating against LGBT employees.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Nov 29, 2010
Two HIV-positive men in Naples, Florida, are pursuing a claim that they were fired from a restaurant due to their health status. The men’s legal counsel is seeking to fast-track the case because both men are in declining health.
Monday Oct 11, 2010
According to a poll released by Harris Interactive and Witeck-Combs Communications, Inc., 62% of heterosexual Americans believe LGBT employees deserve equal benefits on the job, such as health insurance for partners or spouses.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jul 15, 2009
The parcel delivery giant FedEx has complied with a shareholders’ request to add transgendered workers to the company’s non-discrimination policy; the federal government, meantime, lags behind social and corporate progress.
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