Federal government websites often end in. In Bostock v. Clayton County, Georgia, No. The Court reached its holding by focusing on the plain text of Title VII, and did not adopt other theories — such as sex stereotyping and associational discrimination — to reach its conclusion. Similarly, if an employer fires an employee because that person was identified as male at birth, but uses feminine pronouns and identifies as a female, the employer is taking action against the individual because of sex since the action would not have been taken but for the fact the employee was originally identified as male.
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Federal government websites often end in. The law requires an employer to post a notice describing the Federal laws prohibiting job discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay, disability or genetic information. These posters should be placed in a conspicuous location in the workplace where notices to applicants and employees are customarily posted.
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