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Vegan Religious Bias Claim Settles for Enough to Buy A Big Juicy Steak

Posted in Discrimination, Labor Law

When a workplace practice conflicts with an employee’s religious beliefs, the employer must consider whether a religious accommodation is available. This is the basic rule of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act. Many times, these issues arise in the form of scheduling conflicts when an employee’s religion compels worship on a particular day. Typical… Continue Reading

New Law Requires Rethinking Dress Codes and Religious Accommodations for Employees

Posted in Discrimination, Labor Law, New Legislation and Regulations

By:  Brendan J. Begley California Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law earlier this month the Workplace Religious Freedom Act, AB 1964, a bill that expands the prohibition against religious discrimination by employers. This new law mandates that workers receive equal protection despite their religious beliefs or appearance while protecting those who wear religious attire. The… Continue Reading