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Indiana Court Finds Employee’s Attempt At Humor Was Not Protected Religious Expression

Ronald Ogle worked as a Community Employment Specialist for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development (IDWD). On November 10, 2012, he forwarded to his coworkers an email that included a picture of a barbeque restaurant...more

What's the One Thing Missing from Most Employee Handbooks?

In your experience, what's the one thing most employers overlook when putting together an employee handbook? The answer to that question depends on whom you ask - and, for a legal perspective, we put it to leading employment...more

Accommodating religious beliefs in the workplace: What are the limits?

Sikiru Adeyeye requested approximately four weeks of leave from work to participate in his father’s funeral ceremony in Nigeria. In his request, Adeyeye explained that he had to attend the “funeral rite” and that it was “very...more

Orrick World: A Quarterly Report of Global Employment Law Issues for Multinationals - February 2013

In This Issue: - Asia Employment Law Update - France Employment Law Update - UK Employment Law Update - United States Employment Law Update...more

3 Employer Bummers: Veganism A "Religion," ADA Interactive Process Fails, And Costly Severance Mistake

A court says veganism might be a "religion" requiring accommodation, a school district gets nailed for failing to engage in the "interactive process" under the Americans with Disabilities Act, and yet another employer makes...more

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