Employees' Religious Beliefs In Health Care Settings
Not surprisingly, the EEOC reported seeing a spike in discrimination claims by Muslim employees after 9/11. The cases produced by this surge in religious discrimination claims continue to percolate through the court system today.
In June, a federal jury in Arizona awarded a Muslim woman $288,000 after she was fired, four months after the 9/11 attacks, for wearing a head scarf during Ramadan.
The court concluded that...
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