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79% of American workers say anti-LGBTQ+ laws impact where they move: report

As 4 out of 5 U.S. workers say anti-LGBTQ+ laws affects where they relocate, inclusion is just "smart business practice," according to a new study by nonprofit Out & Equal.

How Workplaces Can Be LGBTQ-Inclusive in Both Word and Action

A recent report from the Human Rights Campaign Foundation offers some advice.

Bisexuals Less Likely Than Gays and Lesbians to Be Out at Work

The report from the UCLA School of Law Williams Institute also found that bisexual men suffered more workplace discrimination than bisexual women.

Capital One: Elevating Hispanic Dreams Elevamos tus Sueños

Cindy Segovia shares heartfelt messages about the importance of Hispanic/LGBTQ Inclusion at work. Cindy Segovia comparte un mensaje sincero sobre la importancia de la inclusion de las personas Hispanas y LGBTQ en el medio profesional.

Anti-LGBTQ+ Workplace Bias Is Alive and Well. Here's the Recourse

The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is adapting to a changing world; one not changing fast enough for LGBTQ+ workers.

Uber Reportedly Blocked Trans Drivers’ Accounts For Being “Fraudulent”

Drivers say they were locked out of their accounts or permanently banned over current photos that didn't match their IDs.

A Capital One Associate Shares How His Workplace Promotes Diversity

Capital One's Jeffrey Cooke talks about how his company walks the walk when it comes to promoting a diverse and equitable environment.

Biden Admin Proposes Change to Trump-Era Religious Exemption Rule

"[The rule] was a bright green light for discrimination in the name of religion in federally funded contracting."

How Denver's Blush & Blu Survives as a Last Remaining Lesbian Bar

Owner Jody Bouffard is keeping one of 21 lesbian bars in the United States alive.

Missouri Teacher Punished for Pride Flag, Accused of Turning Kids Gay

The teacher, who later resigned, was told having a Pride flag in his classroom was similar to hoisting the Confederate flag.

A Trans Businesswoman on Tackling Two Sides of the Glass Ceiling

Stephanie Battaglino writes of the difficulties facing trans workers in her new book, 'Reflections From Both Sides of the Glass Ceiling.'

High School Reportedly Forced LGBTQ+ Coaches Out for Being Queer

Two coaches from Valor Christian High School say they were forced to quit after school officials found out about their sexual orientation. 

Out Rep. Mark Takano Introduces Four-Day Workweek Legislation

The pandemic, Takano said, has provided an opportunity to examine our relationship with the workweek. 

Gay Meteorologist Fired After Anti-Trump Post, Claims Bias at Work

Sven Sundgaard claims the news station discriminated against him because he is gay and Jewish.

Houston Bakery Facing Two Anti-LGBTQ+ Discrimination Lawsuits

Three LGBTQ+ employees were fired from the bakery in one month.

It's Time America's Workforce Looks Like America

In the post-Trump era, we have a huge opportunity to advance diversity in boardrooms and C-suites.

LGBTQ+ Life at One of the World’s Largest Corporations

Procter & Gamble's chief equality officer on the importance of being fully yourself at work.

Trump Administration Expands Anti-LGBTQ 'License to Discriminate' Rule

The Department of Labor rule allows even for-profit companies to claim a religious exemption from nondiscrimination policies for federal contractors.

How Many Straws Will It Take to Break the Backs of the Unemployed?

Out SEIU president Mary Kay Henry on Republicans' lack of action and compassion.

Tennessee Man Says He Was Subjected to Slurs, Fired for Being Gay

Jacob Brashier says he suffered antigay harassment while working at a nursing home and was ultimately fired.