How Far Do You Have to Go to Accommodate a Religious Belief?
Posted on January 24, 2018
Posted in Religious Discriminationthe situation An employee who is normally scheduled to work one Saturday a month tells you that he cannot do so because he is a Seventh Day Adventist (and thus celebrates Sabbath on Saturdays). You tell him he is free to use leave for any Saturdays on which he would otherwise have to work, but […] READ MORE
New Guidance From EEOC on Religious Garb and Grooming in the Workplace
Posted on March 14, 2014
Posted in Religious Discrimination, Title VIILast week, the EEOC issued two new technical assistance publications related to workplace rights and responsibilities regarding religious dress and grooming under Title VII. The two publications issued by the EEOC are a question and answer guide, titled “Religious Garb in the Workplace: Rights and Responsibilities” and a fact sheet to accompany this publication (found […] READ MORE