What are Considered to be Reasonable Accommodations for Religion?
The law requires employers to reasonably accommodate their employees’ religious beliefs or practices. The law deems an accommodation “reasonable” if it does not unduly cause difficulty or expense for the employer. An example of a reasonable accommodation is permitting an employee to voluntarily swap shifts with a co-worker so that he or she can attend religious services or pray at work.
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