As proof that we don’t just make this stuff up, click on the case, Hyatt v. Berry Plastics Corp., to see the actual complaint brought by Billy, the employee who did not want to wear the number 666 on his work attire.
And for the Iron Maiden fans, The Number of the Beast.
And here is the EEOC’s press release explaining why it supports the rights of pantsless workers to fry chicken, both regular recipe and extra crispy.
Want to read more about the legal standards for religious accommodations? Here’s the EEOC’s guidance.
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