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    Biden Administration’s EEOC Work Place Pronouns and Bathroom Policies Could Cost You Your Business 

    April 30, 2024
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    When President Joe Biden decided to throw the entire federal government behind the LGBTIQ+ movement he was not kidding and last Friday proved it. 

    The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) declared Monday that employers who fail to use a worker’s preferred pronouns or refuse them the chance to use the restroom of their choice is committing “prohibited harassment.”

    The guidelines were released on Monday after the vote was taken last Friday even thought nearly two dozen conservative Attorney Generals opposed this policy last November in a letter. 

    The five Commissioners voted along partisan lines. Three democrats approved the new guidelines while two republicans opposed it. 

    Gender identity has now been elevated as a protected discriminatory class like race, religion, and sex. 

    Prohibited harassment includes "repeated and intentional use of a name or pronoun inconsistent with the individual’s known gender identity (misgendering) or the denial of access to a bathroom or other sex-segregated facility consistent with the individual’s gender identity,” the new regulatory document declared.

    “The Biden administration’s new guidance on transgender employees is yet another example of executive overreach by unaccountable bureaucrats. The guidance is a solution in search of a problem, as the overwhelming majority of employers already provide their employees with a respectful working environment, no matter what their backgrounds,”Job Creators Network CEO Alfredo Ortiz stated in a press release. “While the Biden administration is focused on using the correct pronouns, small businesses are suffering under the weight of resurgent inflation, high energy costs, and a credit crunch due to Democrats’ bad policies. Rules about how to treat transgender employees amount to another headache for employers at the worst possible time,” he further noted. 

    EEOC Chairwoman  Charlotte A. Burrows claimed the changes were necessitated by the U.S. Supreme Court’s Bostock v. Clayton decision in 2020 that found that a company would be in violation of Title VII anti-discrimination laws if it fired a worker “simply for being … transgender.”

    Republican state attorney generals in 20 states informed the EEOC last November in writing that the agency's efforts to impose rules on pronouns and bathrooms were not authorized by the ruling or by any action of Congress. 

    “Bostock gives no license to these and other of EEOC’s novel proposals," the attorneys generals wrote.

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    Christine Dolan

    Christine Dolan is a seasoned Investigative Journalist, television producer, author, and photographer. She is Co-Founder of American Conversations whose format focuses on in-depth analysis of critical issues about “the story behind the headlines.”
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