In part two of their discussion at the 40th Illinois Public Employer Labor Relations Association Annual Conference, transgender panelist Sophie Michaels, Palatine Park District’s Michael Clark, and Ancel Glink’s Keri-Lyn Krafthefer talk about best practices in policy development for all-inclusive public facilities, staff training, and options available to make facilities accommodating to transgender individuals. Specifically, Mike talks about his experience making public facilities accessible to transgender individuals. Has your organization adopted policies encouraging inclusive facilities? Tell us about it, firstname.lastname@example.org!
Home / ancel glink / attorney / IPELRA / local government / public facilities / transgender / Transgender People and Public Facilities (Part 2), Live from #IPELRA18!
This podcast is provided as a service to our public and private sector clients and friends. It is intended to provide timely general information of interest, but should not be considered a substitute for legal advice. Read our full disclaimer.
Powered by Blogger.
We’re staying warm this winter with sunshine laws! Erin Pell talks about managing requests for public records under the Freedom o...
Local election season is underway, and you can’t win an election if you’re not on the ballot. That’s why Keri-Lyn Krafthefer joins us to...
The "Silver Tsunami" has arrived for employers and local governments, so management of increasing numbers of older employees is...