Transgender workers in Maryland may be protected from discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Although Title VII does not expressly protect LGBT workers from discrimination, the statute protects all workers from discrimination based on gender....
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Month: June 2015
Former Bandai employee files discrimination lawsuit
Maryland residents might be interested to learn about a workplace discrimination case involving the Japanese toy manufacturer Bandai. A former Bandai employee has filed a lawsuit against Bandai America Inc., Bandai Namco Holdings USA Inc. and some of his supervisors...
Most states do not protect unpaid workers from discrimination
In the U.S., a wide majority of states are not legally required to protect unpaid workers from discrimination and sexual harassment. Maryland and the District of Columbia are two of the few jurisdictions currently safeguarding unpaid interns from workplace harassment....