UPS Settles Suit Over Jehovah's Witness Firing

Law360, New York (November 05, 2013, 5:12 PM ET) -- United Parcel Service Inc. has agreed to pay $70,000 to settle a religious discrimination suit in New Jersey federal court for the company's alleged refusal to change a former employee's schedule so he could attend a worship service, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said Monday.

The Atlanta, Ga.-based package-delivery giant also agreed to put up notices outlining how employees can request a religious accommodation, in conspicuous places throughout the Saddle Brook, N.J., location where Jehovah's Witness Christopher Pompey was fired after skipping work to go...
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EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION v. UNITED PARCEL SERVICE, INC.


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2:12-cv-07334

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New Jersey

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Civil Rights: Jobs

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Faith S. Hochberg

Date Filed

November 28, 2012

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