Navigating a New Frontier: LGBTQ issues in the workplace
LGBTQ issues are increasingly at the forefront of nationwide civil rights discussions. As federal, state and local laws develop, and sometimes differ around the scope of LGBTQ protections at work, employers need to understand the legal issues and ensure workplace compliance. We will discuss the status of employee rights and employer obligations in this emerging area, as well as trends, best practices, and employer strategies. This Business Hour features attorneys from our Labor and Employment practice group, who will address the myriad issues that every employer should understand.
Business Hour: Noon to 1:00 p.m. ET
Lunch: 11:30 a.m. ET
Outside Northeast Ohio
Webcast: Noon to 1:00 p.m. ET
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- What is LGBTQ discrimination in the workplace and how does it impact business?
- What are the relevant laws affecting LGBTQ employees?
- What practical workplace issues must employers address concerning LGBTQ employees (harassment and bullying, privacy, restrooms)?
- What effective policies and procedures can businesses implement to ensure an appropriate workplace for everyone?
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Cleveland, Ohio 44114
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