Can’t We All Just Get Along: Most Religious Accommodations Are Not Unduly Costly

Religious discrimination, I posted last September, was formerly a backwater of employment discrimination law, but has shot to the forefront in recent years.

“Public policy and the expansion of the reach of Title VII meet claims of religious discrimination.  The political/legal struggles will likely take a while to resolve, if at all.   But one thing is certain: the […]

Can There Be A Much Worse Case Of Race And National Origin Harassment?

Short answer:  I suppose so.  But this is pretty bad.

It’s been awhile since any of my posts dealt with acts of vulgar racial or other epithets directed at employees.  Is that because such cases are becoming less frequent?

Or is there some other reason – have I been asleep?

In any case, if I indeed was asleep, a […]