A poll from Gallup and the Williams Institute shows why gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender families are more likely to struggle financially than others.
Charts Congress must pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to ensure all workers have comprehensive protections from discrimination.
Video Two executive employees at large corporations explain why workforce diversity is very important and fosters a positive work environment.
New data reveal that more and more employers are offering equal health benefits for same-sex partners and spouses.
Report Crosby Burns, Kate Childs Graham, and Sam Menefee-Libey examine LGBT discrimination in the public sector and offer commonsense solutions to fairness for all workers.
Sophia Kerby and Crosby Burns explain why a diverse workforce is necessary to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse marketplace.
Issue Brief Crosby Burns, Kimberly Barton, and Sophia Kerby examine the state and strength of diversity in the U.S. workforce, specifically the number and proportion of people of color, women, gay and transgender individuals, and people with disabilities in the workforce today.
Issue Brief Andrew Blotky and Kimberly Barton look at recent and ongoing court cases that demonstrate how much is at stake for the LGBT community.
Report Jerome Hunt offers a state-by-state examination of gay and transgender nondiscrimination laws and policies, and argues that the only way to ensure that gay and transgender workers are universally protected from employment discrimination is through the passage of ENDA.
Video Congress needs to pass the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to protect gay and transgender Americans in the workplace.
Issue Brief Crosby Burns and Jeff Krehely examine the religious exemption of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act in more detail and compare it to religious exemptions found in the nation’s major employment nondiscrimination law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
An Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ruling yesterday provides transgender workers comprehensive protections from employment discrimination. That’s good news for both employees and employers, write Jeff Krehely and Crosby Burns.
Unequal pay for equal work suggests strong federal workplace protections are needed for gay and transgender workers, writes Crosby Burns.
Melissa Dunn and Aisha Moodie-Mills examine the state of gay and transgender communities of color in 2012.
Jeff Krehely and Crosby Burns argue that gay and transgender workers need both a federal law and contractor executive order to ensure workplace fairness.