Tag: LGBTQ

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Gay Police Officer Sgt. Wildhaber Wins $20 Million in Discrimination Suit Against St. Louis County

St. Louis County, Mo., police officer Sgt. Keith Wildhaber on Friday won a discrimination lawsuit against his department for nearly $20 million after claiming the department discriminated against him based on his sexuality and retaliated against him when he filed a complaint. In one instance in 2014, Wildhaber recounted in…

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TIAA celebrates International Pronouns Day by Encouraging Associates to Add Pronouns to Their Email Signatures

Via TIAA Press Team. Today marks the second year of International Pronouns Day, and TIAA is responding with inclusive workforce and business impact. Using someone’s correct pronoun demonstrates respect and inclusion – and this day reminds us to help make using pronouns commonplace by asking, sharing, respecting and educating each…

Pride @ Novartis 2019

Originally published on Novartis.com. Past, Present and Proud – Nejc’s story Past, Present and Proud – Nejc’s story Past, Present and Proud – Nejc’s story Nejc is from Slovenia and is the global Head of Diversity & Inclusion for Novartis Technical Operations and Global Quality, our global manufacturing and quality…

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Proposed Labor Department Rule Would Grant Federal Contractor Employers Religious Exemption from Discrimination Claims

A proposed rule under President Trump’s Department of Labor would give certain federal contractors the right to discriminate against people based on religious views. The proposal caused an uproar after the Labor Department announced it earlier this month, mainly because the implications of the rule would likely disproportionately affect LGBTQ…