U.S. Supreme Court’s LGBTQ Ruling Brings Big Changes for North Carolina Employers
In a recent interview with North Carolina Lawyers Weekly, David Klass explained the impact the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia will have on employers across North Carolina. The historic case prohibits employers from firing an employee because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. David says that there are likely employers across the state that are ahead of the curve and have these policies in place, but for a majority, this issue has not been addressed explicitly. He also explores the interpretations of Title VII’s reach and its interplay with protections for religious views.
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