A primer on granting religious holidays

10/10/2012 | Human Resource Executive

Employers must make reasonable accommodations for workers who request time off for a religious holiday, but generally are not required to offer holiday pay, employment lawyer Keisha-Ann Gray writes. In order to refuse a worker request for time off, employers must show that granting the accommodation would cause undue hardship, she writes.

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