On Tuesday, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments in a pair of cases that could have historic implications for the civil rights of the LGBTQ...
Government argues that Title VII does not, as written, protect LGB employees from workplace discrimination
Corporations argue that uniform laws prohibiting anti-LGBTQ discrimination are beneficial to their success
The U.S. Supreme Court has scheduled a pair of cases involving LGBTQ workers who were allegedly fired after their employers discovered they were gay or...
The analysis of British people found that gay employees are less likely to be promoted than their straight peers
At least 47 businesses, attorneys general from 15 states and the District of Columbia, and the nation’s top LGBTQ rights organizations have submitted a number...
EEOC has found that transgender employees were harassed and denied medical benefits after transitioning at work
Jameka Evans believes she was fired for not conforming to gender stereotypes
ExxonMobil has adopted LGBT workplace protections
A final rule prohibiting federal contractors from LGBT workplace discrimination was announced Wednesday by the Labor Department. The rule implements Executive Order 13672, signed by...
Polis seeks to narrow ENDA's religious exemption.
Social conservatives blast Obama's LGBT nondiscrimination executive order.
President Obama takes executive action to outlaw LGBT workplace discrimination.
President Barack Obama will sign an executive order Monday prohibiting federal contractors from LGBT workplace discrimination as well as prohibiting discrimination against transgender federal employees.
After the Employment Non-Discrimination Act witnessed an exodus of support from several major LGBT-rights groups earlier this week, Republican supporters are vowing to push forward.