CIHLER eCornell Keynote Series: Making Sense of Religious and Disability Accommodations After Groff: Same Words Different Meanings / New Court Different Leanings

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Last June, the Supreme Court’s decision in Groff v. DeJoy changed almost 50 years of precedent and held that employers must provide religious accommodations for employees unless the employer would incur “substantial costs.” Previously, the employer only had to provide accommodation that had less than a de minimus effect on the business. While the court did not define “substantial […]