The federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released A Guide to Restroom Access for Transgender Workers earlier this month. Federal and state law requires employers to provide all workers reasonable access to restroom facilities. The guidance does not change those requirements, but identifies model practices that emphasize respect for an employee’s gender identity and providing options so that all employees may select an approach to restrooms with which they feel safe. The guidance also provides links to a host of resources related to transgender employees in the workforce, including the Transgender Law Center’s model employment policy. With the increasing presence (or, perhaps, awareness) of transgender employees in the workplace, these materials come as welcome thought pieces on how to plan for and respectfully address issues that may impact transgender workers and the workplace, including, by way of example, how to address a workplace gender transition.