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Your Rights Against Religious Discrimination
Employers may not discriminate based on religion and must reasonably accommodate an employee's religious beliefs.
Reasonable Accommodation for Religious Beliefs
An employer must accommodate employee religious beliefs, unless it would pose an undue hardship.
Workplace Harassment Based on Religion
Find out how to recognize religious harassment -- and what to do about it.
Religious Discrimination at Work
Learn how to recognize -- and fight -- workplace discrimination based on religion.
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Can my employer question my religious beliefs?
Employers may not discriminate based on an employee's sincerely held religious beliefs.
How do I request an Accommodation for my religious practice?
Employers must make reasonable accommodation for an employee's religious practices.
Does my coworker have a right to proselytize at work?
Employers must accommodate their employee's religious beliefs, but not at the expense of other employees.
Does our company have to provide us a place to pray?
A Muslim employee asks about accommodations for daily prayers.
Can my employer require me to wear pants rather than a skirt?
A reader asks who wins when an employee's religious garb doesn't comply with an employer's uniform requirement.