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This analysis of LGBT-discrimination studies finds that LGBT people and their non-LGBT coworkers consistently report having experienced or witnessed discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity in the workplace. This piece also finds that employment discrimination can have negative effects on the LGBT employees in terms of wages, job opportunities, mental and physical health, productivity, and job satisfaction.
The ordinance prohibits an individual or an entity from refusing sale, lease, and/or transfer, or to attempt eviction, of property to individual on the basis of race, national origin, sex and/or gender, including gender identity, religion, age and/or sexual orientation. The ordinance requires the City Council to appoint a member of the City Council as a complaint intake officer and establishes formatting and processing requirements for complaints. The ordinance requires a hearing if a violation is likely to have occurred and establishes hearing procedures. The ordinance establishes civil penalties for violations.
This ordinance expands Milwaukee County\'s non-discrimination policy to prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, creed, disability, ancestry, and status as a victim of domestic abuse, sexual assault or stalking to ensure equal opportunity in contracting, employment, promotional opportunity, and equal access to public services.
The ordinance, in order to achieve the \'fair and just principle\' embedded within the countywide strategic plan, requires that equity and justice be applied to every county action. The ordinance establishes an inter-branch team to facilitate accountability of and coordination by all branches, departments, agencies, and offices of county government regarding implementation of the fair and just principle. The ordinance requires that an annual report be designed and published for elected leadership, employees, and the public on the status and trends in equity in the county and implementation accountability measures.
This ordinance adds three protected classes (gender identity, genetic identity, citizenship status) and expands three protected classes (family status, social security and domestic partners). This means that Madison residents are entitled to equal opportunities in employment, housing, public accommodations and city facilities without being discriminated against based on membership in any of these classes. These are in addition to already established protected classes in Madison such as age, race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, etc. In addition this ordinance protects credit history under employment.
This report presents data on the discrimination that transgender individuals face in education, employment, housing, public accommodations, health care, public safety, ID documents, and in the family. The report presents data from a survey of 6,450 transgender and gender non-conforming study participants.
The ordinance prohibits an employer from refusing to hire, terminating, or discriminating against any individual on the basis of race, national origin, sex and/or gender, including gender identity, religion, age and/or sexual orientation. The ordinance requires the City Council to appoint a member of the City Council as a complaint intake officer and establishes formatting and processing requirements for complaints. The ordinance requires a hearing if a violation is likely to have occurred and establishes hearing procedures. The ordinance establishes civil penalties for violations.
The ordinance prohibits discrimination based on race, color, age, religion, sex, familial status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin or ancestry in housing, employment, education, services, public accommodations, and real property transactions and uses.
This ordinance ensures that each resident receives full benefits of citizenship and equal employment opportunities regardless of a person\'s perceived or actual race, color, sex, religion, ancestry, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, familial status, family responsibility, marital status, age, disability or handicap, use of service animals and/or mechanical aids.
This ordinance prohibits public and private institutions and organizations from discriminating against individuals on the basis of any identity trait. This ordinance provides legal recourse for individuals who have been discriminated against and provides a specific listing of protected groups, classes, and traits that may be considered in allegations of discrimination.