Posts Tagged ‘religious accommodation’

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What Should California Employers Do About Flu Season?

Pumpkin spice lattes, sweaters, apples, cold weather, cozy nights inside — it’s that time of year again. Yes, flu season is beginning (did you think I meant autumn?).   Although you can catch the flu at any time during the year, influenza incidents often begin to increase in October, peaking between December and February. The […]

7 Oct 19 - Health and Safety - Katie Culliton - No CommentsRead More »

DFEH, Muslim Woman Settle Religious Discrimination Case With San Diego Fast Food Restaurant

The California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) reached a settlement in a religious discrimination case with a San Diego-based fast food restaurant, where a job applicant was denied employment because of her religious dress practice. A Muslim woman claimed that when she asked if she could wear a headscarf and skirt as part […]

13 Sep 18 - Discrimination - Vannessa Maravilla - No CommentsRead More »

Flu Shots: EEOC Settles Case Related to Religious Accommodation

Each year, the flu season hits the United States. The length and severity of the season is unpredictable and varies from year to year, partly because the virus itself constantly changes. And the flu season can take a mighty toll on the workplace in terms of both your employees’ health and welfare and your bottom […]

4 Jan 17 - Discrimination - Brad Sterling - No CommentsRead More »