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January 2016 Archives

Cheerleaders for yet another NFL team settle lawsuit over wages

At this time of the year, the majority of news stories relating to professional football all center around a single topic: the Super Bowl. Indeed, if you were to go to any sports website, listen to any sports radio station or turn on any sports-themed network, you would undoubtedly encounter some sort of discussion about the impending matchup between the Carolina Panthers and the Denver Broncos.

What does federal law have to say concerning religious discrimination? - III

In today's post, we'll conclude our discussion of how Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 provides protection against religious discrimination in the workplace to people of all faiths and beliefs.

What does federal law have to say concerning religious discrimination? - II

Last time, we started discussing how even though we would like to think otherwise, many employers will actively consider a person's individual religious beliefs or practices when making employment-related decisions.

What does federal law have to say concerning religious discrimination?

When a person interviews for a job or meets with a manager to discuss the possibility of a promotion, the last thing on their mind is likely their individual religious beliefs or practices. That's because they assume, correctly, that this is a highly personal issue that has no bearing on the employment-related matter at hand.

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