LGBTQ-Discrimination Decision: What It Means for Religious Employers

By John Melcon

In a recently published article, John Melcon (who will be joining Sherman & Howard’s Nonprofit Group later this year) discusses the implications of Bostock decision on religious employers. 

“The Supreme Court recently ruled in Bostock v. Clayton County that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prohibits workplace discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity. What are the ruling’s real-world implications for those who maintain traditional, biblical views about human sexuality? How will it affect churches, schools, camps, mission agencies, humanitarian organizations, and small businesses run by religious believers? After Bostock, can these institutions maintain hiring and employment practices consistent with their religious views without running afoul of Title VII?”

Read the full article HERE.