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The barrier for addressing the needs of LGBTQ+ employees lies in the regulations


Employees are more and more willing to approach employers to consider their gender identity needs. However, the current regulations are a significant obstacle, as LGBTQ+ individuals are not explicitly recognised in them. The Labour Code was established in the 1950s, under completely different political and economic conditions. It no longer aligns with the current realities. The Code only prohibits discrimination in employment in Article 11(3) or in the establishment and termination of employment relationships in Article 18(3a). – Karolina Schiffter comments for Dziennik Gazeta Prawna.

Full article in Polish avialible: here.