Approximately 23% of the working-age population in the UK reported that they were disabled in January to March 2023 (so almost 1 in 4 working people), and it is estimated 70-80% of disabilities are non-visible.
Over a year after Florida’s so-called “Stop W.O.K.E.” went into effect, and about one year after a court partially enjoined it, a three-judge panel for the 11th Circuit heard argument in Florida’s attempt to dissolve the injunction.
Canada’s Regulation SOR/2023-78, which comes into force on December 15, 2023, will require employers to provide free menstrual products for employees’ use in each toilet room in federally regulated workplaces.
A divided Supreme Court held that the First Amendment’s free speech protection bars Colorado from requiring a website designer to create expressive designs that convey messages with which the designer disagrees.
This article identifies and offers some predictions regarding the implications of the decision for employers in higher education, private employers with voluntary IE&D programs, and government contractors subject to affirmative action requirements.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has updated its policy guidance in the USCIS Policy Manual to clarify that, as of April 1, 2023, USCIS will accept the self-identified gender marker for individuals requesting immigration benefits.