Bostock Anniversary: EEOC Issues Guidance on Protections for LGBTQ+ Individuals in the Workforce

Bostock Anniversary: EEOC Issues Guidance on Protections for LGBTQ+ Individuals in the Workforce

On June 15, 2020, the United States Supreme Court ruled that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation (and gender identity) is discrimination “on the basis of sex,” and is prohibited by Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Over one year later, the agency charged with enforcing issues of discrimination in the […]

Pinterest and Former Executive Agree to Massive Settlement in Gender Discrimination Case

Pinterest and Former Executive Agree to Massive Settlement in Gender Discrimination Case

Social media platform settles a gender discrimination case involving its former Chief Operating Officer for $20 million. Following the settlement, Pinterest has made cultural and hiring changes, but the changes are mostly aimed at equality in pay and improving diversity, not at inclusion in thought among leaders.

Prepare for Landing: Creating Lasting Policy Change After the Wildest Ride in History

Prepare for Landing: Creating Lasting Policy Change After the Wildest Ride in History

Nearly everyone would agree that 2020 has been a year filled with twists that have turned the HR world on its head. Just when the employment law community felt we had a handle on COVID-19 policy compliance, the world was shocked by heartbreaking displays of police brutality and racial insensitivity. When one round of protests […]

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