What do you do with employees who refuse to use a coworker’s preferred pronouns?

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You develop policies and train everyone — especially your managers — on how to handle situations like the example I have for you today.

This lawsuit involves a plaintiff who filed a complaint — remember, these are just allegations — stating that she routinely interacted with a coworker with female genitalia who identifies as a man and wanted to be referred to by male pronouns. The plaintiff, a “believing Christian,” sincerely believed complying with this request would infringe upon her religious beliefs. She did not want to use male pronouns when referring to her coworker.

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