This month, HR and employment law experts will mark the anniversary of one of the most significant legal decisions in the fields' recent history.
On June 15, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court held in a 6-3 ruling that employment discrimination on the basis of a worker's sexual orientation or gender identity is illegal under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. The decision helped resolve a long-standing circuit court split, but it also gave rise to other questions — some of which may not be resolved by courts for some time.
Only a year later, however, and Bostock has already appeared in several decisions involving workplace issues. In this roundup, HR Dive has highlighted what courts have said about the Supreme Court's precedent since then as well as efforts by federal officials to build on Bostock.