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RELIGIOUS ACCOMMODATION GONE NUTS? Maybe a better title for this post would be “One Small Step for a Catholic, One Giant Leap for Catholicism.” EEOC just reported that the VA excused an employee from attending a simple training program on … Continue reading
CHURCH LADY SMITES DOD Score another one for all the Sunday church-going Christians in their battle to spend their Sabbath worshiping. This time DOD learned the hard way that it must offer a “reasonable accommodation” to allow employees to practice … Continue reading
A LEGAL OVERVIEW OF RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION We ran across a pretty good article explaining various parts of the religious discrimination process and thought those of you interested in the topic might want to see it.
LEAVE TO ATTEND RELIGIOUS CONVENTIONS EEOC has gone out of its way to explain that feds are entitled to accommodations for a wide variety of religious activities. If you doubt us, check out RELIGIOUS DISCRIMINATION COVERAGE EXPANDING, CHURCH LADY SMITS … Continue reading