Which Restroom? Employers Face Challenges With Gender Identity Issues.

4hoteliers.com – By Philip Moss

Good Eats, runs a family restaurant in a state which prohibits discrimination in employment based upon gender identity and disability.

Its employees are required to wear name-tags, and to dress the same (black pants and shirt, minimal jewelry, conservative make-up). It has men’s and women’s restrooms, used by customers and employees alike. An employee (George) tells the manager that he is in transition to becoming a woman, and wants:

to be addressed as Gail,
to change her name-tag to read “Gail,” and
to use the women’s restroom…