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Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation in the Workplace: A Practical Guide

By Bloomberg BNA - 2014-10-14 - Updated: 2015-08-22

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Book addresses US workplace law and human resource practice relating to gender identity, sexual orientation, and gender expression.

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The book, "Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace," features an extensive analysis of antidiscrimination law as it pertains to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) employees. This area of law has expanded rapidly and continues to change as more states and courts are protecting LGBT workers.

"This book is a valuable resource for labor and employment lawyers, human resource professionals, and those involved in gender studies programs at colleges and universities who want to gain in-depth intelligence regarding workplace law and human resource practices relating to gender identity, sexual orientation, and gender expression," said Christine Michelle Duffy, Esq., the book's editor-in-chief and Senior Staff Attorney with the Pro Bono Partnership in Parsippany, New Jersey.

"Practitioners will gain a wealth of insights from the over 125 distinguished subject matter experts who have contributed to this in-depth exploration of the most important issues in this rapidly changing area of law."

The book covers a range of topics, including:

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