EEOC v. Greyhound Lines, Inc., No. 3:02CV441 (E.D.Va. May 28, 2003). The EEOC settled a case alleging religious discrimination in violation of Title VII against Greyhound Lines for $50,000. This suit was brought on behalf of a relief bus driver in Richmond, Virginia. The driver, a Biblical Judaist, had requested not to be scheduled from sundown on Friday to sundown on Saturday, because that was his faith=s Sabbath day. Despite this request, the employer scheduled him to work during the Sabbath period although at times Greyhound did comply with some of his requests to not work then.

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Newsletter - January 2004