UberEats Wouldn’t Use Transgender Worker’s Right Name: ACLU (1)

June 22, 2021, 7:32 PMUpdated: June 22, 2021, 9:54 PM

UberEats refused to allow a transgender worker to identify with the name and pronouns that correspond to his gender identity until ACLU attorneys sent the company a letter contending it may be violating state and federal law, the civil rights group said.

Uber Technologies, parent company of UberEats, announced on June 1 it would change its policies that only allow workers to display their legal names when they sign up for the app.

The American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas, however, sent a letter on Monday to the company on behalf of Laine Repic, a transgender man from Topeka, claiming ...

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