While Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (Title VII) doesn't list sexual orientation as a protected class, an increasing number of local and state governments are passing laws and ordinances that protect applicants and employees from workplace discrimination and harassment that's based on sexual orientation. So, even though Title VII doesn't apply to sexual orientation, your company policy or local ordinance very well may protect employees from discrimination or harassment related to it.Read More...
Sexual Orientation Harassment
From: HRLaws | 07/29/2015
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