This map shows state non-discrimination laws that explicitly enumerate sexual orientation and/or gender identity as protected classes, as well as states or.
In 28 states, there are no explicit statewide laws at all protecting people from discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity in employment .
The regulation of LGBT employment discrimination in the United States varies by jurisdiction. . Title VII does not explicitly protect against sexual orientation discrimination, but Judge Kollar-Kotelly's ruling leaves that a person could bring a.
1 state. Prohibit discrimination against public employees based on sexual * North Carolina's executive order enumerates sexual orientation and gender.
At the federal level and in most states, nondiscrimination statutes do not expressly enumerate sexual orientation and gender identity as protected characteristics.