The Right to Religious Accommodations in Pension Plans
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Moran, Beverly I.
[Excerpt] This article investigates the Supreme Court's religious accommodation in the workplace jurisprudence concerning and finds that employers are not presently obligated to offer religiously compliant investment options to their employees although a competing line of Supreme Court decisions in the tax area argues for the right of religious accommodation in pension investing.
HR Review; Human Resources; Human Capital; Diversity; Benefits; Pension; Religion; ERISA; Accommodation; Discrimination
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