What does the law require? Accommodating employee’s religious practices and beliefs

What does the law require? Accommodating employee’s religious practices and beliefs

the California court of appeal concluded that an employer was required to allow an employee who was a Jehovah’s witness to attend a religious convention he sincerely believed it was his religious responsibility to attend, even though the convention was held at a particularly busy time for the employer and even though adherents could attend other conventions held at other times. It is the business of neither the courts nor employers to determine the tenets of the employee’s religion, only the sincerity of the employee’s religious belief.

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