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EEOC Ruling Prohibits Sexual Orientation Discrimination Under Title VII - Labor and Employment Law News

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Labor and Employment Law News


Posted on: Jul 30, 2015

Provided by the Labor & Employment Law Section Executive Committee

The EEOC is continuing its efforts to ensure the equal employment opportunities of LGBT workers. Here are two articles describing a recent order:

  1. EEOC Declares That Federal Law Prohibits Discrimination Based on Sexual Orientation
  2. What Does the Recent EEOC Ruling Prohibiting Sexual Orientation Discrimination Under Title VII Mean for Employers?

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