dis week 4 law
1.What if one person’s right to practice religion conflicts with another person’s right to be free from the influence of religious practice? What are some practical rules that can be set regarding religious observations in the workplace? How can we accommodate religious practices that require certain time off, religious garb, or even facial hair?
2.Baby boomers typically possess more work experience and are older than the next generation. Does an employer have the right to refuse to hire candidates who are overqualified, such as baby boomers? Substantiate your response.
response to my friend
1.Based on our discussion and readings, I think the important thing for employers to do is try to accommodate an employee’s religious practices. I think where employers get into trouble is when they don’t at least attempt to work with an employee, or when someone is refused a job based on their religion.