"Sex plus" discrimination occurs where an employer classifies employees on the basis of sex plus another characteristic.

An example is where an employer takes an adverse job action on the assumption or stereotype that a woman, because she is a woman, will neglect her job responsibilities in favor of her presumed childcare responsibilities.

Learn more about "sex plus" discrimination on the Kentucky Employment Law Blog by Robert Abell: Stereotyping and "Sex Plus" Discrimination; Mother of Four Denied Promotion Based on Presumed Childcare Responsibilities

Lexington, Kentucky discrimination lawyer Robert Abell represents individuals and employees in discrimination cases including sex and gender discrimination cases; contact him at 859-254-7076.