Previous posts have covered religious discrimination and legal issues during the holidays (which include religion issues). A recent article in the Times covers how business travel, particularly during religious holidays, can cause problems for employees and, thus, their employers. Remember the obligation that employers have to provide employees reasonable accomadations for their religious beliefs. (See the Tip of the Week for December 10.) Issues involving religious accomodations will become more significant as our global economy becomes more global and our workplaces become increasingly diverse. Now check out the Times article.
I must first admit that I didn’t see the movie Knocked Up. I read reviews and saw commercials on TV. I saw the billing that it was, at least in part, a modern-day romantic comedy. So what’s it doing on an employment law blog?
Articles About the Workplace
Congress in Tiff Over English-Only Rules (AP)
As noted in a post on November 8, 2007, sexual orientation is finally picking up some steam as a possible protected class under federal law.
We’ve had our morning break, and now we’ve broken into four separate sessions from which attendees can choose.