Following a religion or philosophical belief is a right any employee has, and as such, they shouldn’t be discriminated against for it. However, in some instance’s individuals have been. One such recent case includes a former housekeeper at President Donald Trump’s Las Vegas hotel, who claimed that she was fired for refusing to work on a Sunday so that she could attend church, Bloomberg reported. Sonia Perez stated that she worked at the Trump International Hotel from 2010 to 2015 without any incidents occurring, where she had Sundays off so she could attend religious services at her non-denominational Christian church. However, in a lawsuit the former employee stated that after the employees unionised in 2018, her shift was changed to include Sunday hours. Listen now...
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