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Utah Employment Law Letter - March 2015 Ever since the first Pilgrims settled Massachusetts in 1620, religion has found a shelter—albeit an imperfect one—in what would become the United States. Many European settlers...more

Illinois Offers Greater Protections for Pregnant Workers

Employers should take note of the newly effective amendment to the Illinois Human Rights Act, which enhances protections for employees affected by pregnancy or childbirth, imposes accommodation requirements on employers, and...more

California Enacts Law to Further Protect Religious Expression in the Workplace

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law Assembly Bill 1964, the Workplace Religious Freedom Act of 2012. Set to take effect on January 1, 2013, AB 1964 clarifies existing law pertaining to religious discrimination and...more

Employer Not Required To Accommodate Bus Driver’s No Sunday Work Request, Third Circuit Holds

In Fouche v. New Jersey Transit, No. 11-3031, 2012 U.S. App. LEXIS 14524, (3rd Cir. July 16, 2012), a bus driver sued his employer under Title VII and the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination for refusing to accommodate his...more

Worshiping at the altar of ink: Tattoos and religious discrimination in the workplace

Most employers rely upon their employees to project a certain image to the public. In an effort to control their company’s image, employers may institute appearance policies that set forth grooming and dress standards. These...more

Employment Advisory: EEOC Issues New Compliance Guidance on Religious Discrimination in the Workplace in Response to a Dramatic...

In July, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued a new section (Section 12) to its Compliance Manual specifically related to religious discrimination in the workplace. Section 12 includes a...more

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