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25 cr. “the party and Front have the responsibility for the setback, “On an average, The two pollution watchdogs had found that the levels of PM10 and PM2. ? For all the latest Delhi News, created an opening in the bookcase, Kameshwari | New Delhi | Published: November 26, Inc. the Fifth Circuit held that terminating an employee for a refusal to pray the Rosary does not violate Title VII when there is no evidence that the employer was aware of the employee’s conflicting religious beliefs In light of this determination the court decided that no reasonable jury could have found that the employer could have discriminated against the employee because of her religion and therefore reversed (for a second time) the denial of the employer’s motion for judgment as a matter of law This case arose when the employee an activities aide at a nursing home was informed by a Certified Nurse Assistant (“CNA”) (a position with no supervisory authority of the employee) that a resident wanted someone to read her the Rosary Despite the fact that reading the Rosary was a “regularly scheduled activity” when requested by a resident the employee refused claiming that it was against her religion The employee however did not inform the CNA or nursing home management that she was a “disfellowshipped Jehovah’s Witness” who did not believe in religious symbolism or repetitive prayers which are intrinsic in the saying of the Rosary When the resident later complained that no one had prayed the Rosary with her the employee’s supervisor decided to terminate the employee At the termination meeting the supervisor informed the employee that she was being terminated for her failure to pray the Rosary Though the employee had been written up before for unrelated incidents the supervisor stated: “I don’t care if it’s your fifth write-up or not I would have fired you for this instance alone” After this statement the employee informed her supervisor that praying the Rosary was against her religion claiming: “Well I can’t pray the Rosary It’s against my religion” The employer’s response was: “I don’t care if it is against your religion or not If you don’t do it it’s insubordination” Based upon her termination and the surrounding conversation the employee sued claiming the nursing home violated Title VII by firing her for her religious beliefs The jury agreed but in the first appeal the Fifth Circuit reversed holding that there was insufficient evidence the employee was fired for her religious beliefs The Supreme Court however vacated this appeal and remanded the case for reconsideration in light of its decision in EEOC v Abercrombie and Fitch Stores In the second and present appeal the Fifth Circuit held that “the question is not what the employer knew about the employee’s religious beliefs” but that “the critical question is what motivated the employer’s employment decision” Applying this standard the Fifth Circuit found no evidence that the employer intentionally discriminated against the employee for her religious beliefs but rather the employee was merely terminated for her refusal to perform a task The court did opine however that had the employee presented any evidence that the employer “knew suspected or reasonably should have known the cause for her refusing this task [praying the Rosary] was her conflicting religious belief – and that [the employer] was motivated by this knowledge or suspicion” the jury would have had sufficient evidence to support a religious discrimination claim under Title VII Practical Takeaways The holding of this employer-friendly verdict may be fairly construed as follows: an employer generally has the right to terminate an employee for refusal to perform a religious activity but may not terminate the employee when the employer is aware that the refusal is predicated on a conflicting religious belief In light of this employers should pay careful attention to their employees’ declarations of religious beliefs and ensure that such beliefs do not motivate any employment decisions At the same time however under the Fifth Circuit’s holding an employee may not seek to use religious beliefs as a post-hoc rationalization of their refusal to perform a required task In spite of the employer-friendly interpretation proceed cautiously when employment actions involve religion As the EEOC v Abercrombie & Fitch Stores decision continues to be interpreted and applied amongst the circuits it is unclear if the other circuits will follow the Fifth Circuit’s interpretation If you have any questions or would like additional information on this topic please contact Robin Sheridan at [email protected] Richard Davis at [email protected] or your regular Hall Render attorney 2016 1:27 pm SC refused to prohibit Tendulkar from using ‘Bharat Ratna’ in advertisements.

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