Equal benefits for all

How has the 2015 Supreme Court decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which granted equal marriage rights to same-sex couples, changed the workplace benefits landscape?

Marriage equality and workplace benefits

This landmark ruling has had many legal impacts when it comes to the use of workplace benefits. Lincoln research provides insights on what employers can do to assure their LGBT employees are fully aware of the changes.
  

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A thoughtful discussion

In this article published by Leader’s Edge, Eric Reisenwitz, head of Group Protection and Operations, explores what employers and employees need to consider.   Read the full article. (PDF)

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See the trends

Review key research findings and get a quick, visual overview of how LGBT employees have reacted to the ruling and where the gaps in knowledge are when it comes to workplace benefits. View the infographic. 

   

    

   

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