U.S. Supreme Court docket declines to listen to claims of office non secular bias By Reuters
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By Andrew Chung
(Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court docket on Monday sidestepped an opportunity to additional broaden non secular rights, turning away two circumstances through which workers accused corporations of violating federal anti-discrimination legislation by insufficiently accommodating requests for day without work to fulfill non secular obligations.
The justices declined to listen to appeals by two males of various Christian denominations – a Jehovah’s Witness from Tennessee and a Seventh-day Adventist from Florida – of decrease courtroom rulings that rejected their claims of unlawful non secular bias. Decrease courts discovered that the lodging the boys sought would have positioned an excessive amount of hardship on the employers.
In a dissent, conservative Justices Neil Gorsuch and Samuel Alito stated the courtroom ought to have taken up the case from Tennessee.
At concern within the circumstances was the allowances corporations should make for workers for non secular causes to adjust to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits employment discrimination primarily based on faith in addition to race, shade, intercourse and nationwide origin.
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