The EEOC reaches out to young workers about religious discrimination.
July 27, 2016 | foleyfoleypc
Religious discrimination remains an issue in the American workplace. In fiscal year 2015, EEOC received 3,502 charges alleging discrimination on the basis of religion, with the top issues alleged being discharge, harassment, terms and conditions of employment, and reasonable accommodation.
The EEOC has issued a one page fact sheet “designed to help young workers better understand their rights and responsibilities under the federal employment anti-discrimination laws prohibiting religious discrimination.”
If you have young workers in your employ, check out the EEOC Fact sheet.
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