September 28, 2022

Religion, Faith, and Workplace Accommodation

The U.S. Supreme Court has been asked to reconsider how much of a burden constitutes an “undue hardship” when it comes to providing a reasonable workplace accommodation for religious observance under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Since 1977, an employer suffers an undue hardship in accommodating an employee’s religious exercise whenever doing so would require the employer “to bear more than a de minimis cost.” This standard has a much lower threshold than reasonable accommodation under the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Join this interactive webcast as we review current issues, cases, and practical examples related to religious discrimination, reasonable accommodation, proactive practices, and what’s on the horizon.

Who should attend? This program is primarily designed for mid and senior level HR professionals.  All are welcome to attend.

This program is pre-approved by HRCI and SHRM for 1.25 credits.

Click here to register. $25 pp.  Annual subscribers are automatically registered. Pre-approved by HRCI and SHRM for 1.25 credits.  10:00 – 11:15 a.m. ET