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RELIGION (TITLE VII)

Another form of discrimination our legal practice specializes in is employee discrimination pertaining to a person’s religion. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 describes protection for several categories of employees, including their religion, to which all employers must adhere in order to provide a legally acceptable workplace. Discrimination, harassment, and retaliation might be related to various elements like certain holidays, beliefs, religious activities, or social stigmas. Employers who violate employment law stipulations in connection with an employee’s religion are subject to legal consequences.

Preserving Justice in the Workplace Since 1992