In the wake of the high profile Mia Macy case of 2011, which found that Macy was denied a job after coming out as transgender, the EEOC ruled that companies cannot discriminate based on gender identity. Over the years, Workplace Answers has kept pace with federal laws and evolving definitions of protected categories (race, color, gender, disability, etc.) by implementing frequent course updates—most recently to include interviews with the lawyers from the Transgender Law Center who represented Mia Macy.
Your employees need guidance on understanding, engaging with and supporting transgender employees. That is why Workplace Answers created Transition to Respect, a transgender anti-discrimination course aimed at helping companies address emerging protected categories.
Workplace Answers’ transgender anti-discrimination training course teaches your supervisors and employees how to maintain compliance with the laws while fostering a respectful and inclusive workplace culture. This course doesn’t just define the issues, it provides your staff with interactive scenarios, games, and stories that allow them to implement concepts and practice what they’ve learned. These award-winning instructional design techniques will increase your employees’ engagement and improve retention.
The Transition to Respect online course follows federal laws pertaining to the 1964 Civil Rights Act (Title VII and Title IX), guidelines and best practices to teach employees:
Workplace Answers’ transgender anti-discrimination training course teaches your supervisors and employees how to maintain compliance with the laws while fostering a respectful and inclusive workplace culture.
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