More on the Supreme Court’s Ruling in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch

As noted earlier, the Supreme Court ruled today on the issue of whether an employer has to have “actual knowledge” of an employee’s need for religious accommodation to be liable for disparate-treatment under Title VII.  In the lawsuit, the plaintiff job applicant never asked for any accommodation related to her religion.  Instead, she wore a… Continue reading More on the Supreme Court’s Ruling in EEOC v. Abercrombie & Fitch

Supreme Court Sides with EEOC in Religious Accommodation Case

We blogged in the past about an employee’s lawsuit against Abercrombie & Fitch for religious discrimination arising from Abercrombie’s alleged refusal to hire the employee because it did not want to accommodate her religious dress requirements (the employee wore a head scarf).  The narrow issue before the Supreme Court was whether an employer can be liable for… Continue reading Supreme Court Sides with EEOC in Religious Accommodation Case