Overview

​The meaning of “sex" discrimination has been hotly debated in the courts since 1964 when Congress passed Title VII of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. In a recent Supreme Court decision, Bostock v. Clayton County, the Supreme Court expanded the definition of “sex" to include sexual orientation, gender identity and transgender status. Join Employers Council for a discussion of the significance of this case as well as the evolution of the meaning of “sex" and practical guidance for employers seeking to ensure compliance with the law.​​

​Facilitator 
Employers Council Staff: Allison Moore


Credits

Course ID #SPEC037_LMS



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