New State Law Protects Religious Rights of New York Workers
Do you think our federal government does enough to protect freedom of religion in the workplace?
New legislation in the state of New York amends the state’s existing Human Rights Law to specify that employers cannot “refuse to hire, attain, promote, or take other discriminatory action against an individual for wearing attire or facial hair in accordance with tenets of their religion.”
This is a great example of how local, state, and federal law can protect religious freedom.
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