- Title Pages
- Title Pages
- 1 Is There a Place for Religion in the Workplace?
- 2 What Is Religion as Defined by Law?
- 3 Religious Discrimination and the Civil Rights Act of 1964
- 4 Religious Discrimination at Various Stages of the Employment Relationship
- 5 Religious Discrimination Claims Arising Out of the Termination of Employment
- 6 Employee Proselytization
- 7 Employer Proselytization
- 8 Employer Liability for Employee Acts of Religious Harassment
- 9 Workplace Discrimination and Certain Religious Groups
- 10 Religion in the Public-Sector Workplace
- 11 Proselytizing in the Public-Sector Workplace
- 12 Exemptions from the Discrimination Laws Granted to Religious Organizations
- 13 The Ministerial Exception
- 14 Questionable Applications of the Ministerial Exception
- 15 General Principles of Accommodation
- 16 Accommodation in Practice
- 17 Accommodation in Out-of-the-Ordinary Circumstances
- 18 Religious Discrimination and Retaliation
- 19 Some Additional Issues
- 20 Religion and the Law in the Workplace of the Future
- Cases Discussed in the Book
- Encountering Religion in the Workplace
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