Religious Accommodations & Safety Concerns: What's an 'Undue Hardship'?
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – Amid the flurry of activity coming from federal agencies as one administration prepares to exit and another begins its tenure, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission updated its religious discrimination guidance last week.
For employers seeking to balance their religious accommodation duties under Title VII and potential workplace safety issues, the guidance addresses when employees’ religious-based requests could result in an undue ...
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