Employers Should Revisit Anti-Discrimination Policies in Light of SCOTUS Decision
The Supreme Court recently ruled that gay and transgender workers are protected from employment discrimination under the Civil Rights Act of 1964. For employers, the decisions establishes that a gay or transgender worker could sue for discrimination under federal law. In interview with Nation’s Restaurant News and Daily Journal, Megan Walker, explains the impact of the decision on workplace policies. She says employers should revisit their anti-discrimination policies and training to make sure it’s clear that workers who are gay or transgender have the same protections as those based on race, religion or national origin.