Do I Have to Work on Sundays?


Do you have a right not to work on your Sabbath? Title VII prohibits religious discrimination--and that includes religious observance and practice. But there is an exception if the employer cannot reasonably accommodate you without undue hardship. Two recent cases explain some of the facts that may be relevant in evaluating your constitutional right to take time off on your day of worship.

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Published In: Civil Rights Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Labor & Employment Updates

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