Religious Discrimination


San Bernardino Attorneys Serving Employees In Religious Discrimination Cases


You should not be required to check your religious beliefs at your employer’s door. Under the law, not only are you allowed to practice your faith but your employer must also make reasonable accommodations as necessary. Sadly, not all employers comply, and commit acts of discrimination or harassment based upon an employee’s religious beliefs.

Any person facing religious discrimination in the workplace should consult with a lawyer at the earliest opportunity. We are the employment law attorneys at SANFORD A. KASSEL, A Professional Law Corporation. From our offices based in San Bernardino, we represent people who have been discriminated against all across Southern California.

 


As A Person Of Faith, You Have Rights


Under the California Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA), employers have a duty to make reasonable accommodations for an employee’s religious beliefs. Reasonable accommodations can include:

 

  • Allowing employees to wear a headscarf, yarmulke or turban or religious garments
  • Carrying religious artifacts
  • Allowing observance of a religious holiday
  • Restructuring or reassignment of duties, assuming these acts do not constitute an undue hardship

 


Representing The Injured in San Bernardino For Generations


The father-son legal team of Sanford A. Kassel and Gavin P. Kassel are the second and third generations, respectively, of their family, to practice law in the San Bernardino community. They represent a family legacy of attorneys who have successfully represented people throughout all of Southern California for more than 50 years.

“We bring our own brand of experience, skill and commitment to every case. If there is evidence of religious discrimination in your workplace, you can be certain that we will explore every avenue to protect your rights. Our steadfast approach has led to positive outcomes in all types of employment claims.” -Sanford and Gavin Kassel

 

 

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