EEO Compliance Subscription and LGBT Anti-Discrimination Compliance Kit

$99.95 / EA
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For our valued customers, we are pleased to offer two of our best-selling compliance solutions at a substantially low price. Over 23% off the regular price!

Violations of anti-discrimination laws can result in penalties up to$50,000 per complaint during an employee lawsuit. And according to recent studies, 40% of gay, lesbian, and bi-sexual workers and 90% of transgender workers have experienced some form of discrimination on the job.

Our EEO Compliance Poster Subscription is a one-year subscription service featuring an all-on-one anti-discrimination poster, automatic poster updates when law changes occur, and a quarterly discrimination law newsletter. Under state and federal laws, employers are prohibited from discriminating against applicants and employees based upon protected characteristics. To avoid liability during a harassment or discrimination lawsuit, employers must prove that they communicated clear anti-discrimination policies and internal complaint procedures to employees. Additionally, all employees, supervisors, and managers should be instructed on what constitutes as discrimination, what types of behaviors are prohibited in the workplace, and how to report an offensive incident. This subscription can help employers prevent and defend against costly discrimination lawsuits.

Our Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Anti-Discrimination Compliance Kit is a comprehensive collection of information, best practices, and documentation forms to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local antidiscrimination laws protecting LGBT workers. All employers must address three significant legal developments regarding gender identity and sexual orientation in the workplace.

These developments require employers to evaluate/update their existing policies, procedures, training programs, and benefit plans. The first development is the EEOC announced a new enforcement strategy to use existing protections on sex and gender to enforce the workplace rights of LGBT employees.

State agencies enforcing general state-specific anti-discrimination laws are expected to adopt the EEOC’s enforcing strategy. Currently, 23 states and over 200 municipalities already have specific laws in place pertaining to discrimination on the basis of gender identity or sexual orientation.

Additionally, in June of 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a landmark ruling on marriage equality, making it illegal for states to prohibit same-sex marriages. This decision creates new rights and obligations at the state level. Shortly after, OSHA released new guidance on workplace restroom access for transgender workers under existing OSHA standards.

Who Needs It

All employers are prohibited by law from discriminating against individuals in protected classes. In addition, employers must comply with applicable laws, court decisions, and agency guidance pertaining to LGBT rights, sex & gender discrimination, and spousal benefits for same-sex spouses. Employers with less than 15 employees must comply with state and local anti-discrimination laws. Employers with 15-plus employees must comply with federal anti-discrimination laws, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

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If you are not completely satisfied with these products, you can return them within 30 days for a full refund, less shipping and handling charges.


The SPO-EE1 combination offer includes the following materials and information (regularly $129.90 if purchased separately):

EEO Compliance Poster Subscription including:

  • An All-On-One EEO Anti-Discrimination Policy Poster
  • Automatic poster updates for 1 year when law changes or major court decisions occur
  • A quarterly Diverse Workforce newsletter

Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Anti-Discrimination Compliance Kit including an all-in-one Guidebook featuring a legal brief, the tax benefit implications of the marriage equality ruling, an attorney-reviewed sample anti-discrimination policy, coverage of applicable laws, recent guidance from the EEOC and OSHA on LGBT workplace rights, and recent case settlements.

  • 10 Harassment/Discrimination Incident Report forms
  • 10 Gender Identity & Sexual Orientation Anti-Discrimination Training Handouts for employees and managers
  • Gender Identity/Sexual Orientation Compliance Checklist
  • 11”x17” notification poster, which summarizes the legal rights for LGBT workers under existing laws
  • Online access to a digital incident report form and a customizable attorney-reviewed policy