Bless their hearts for thinking that their employer discriminated against them for hosting a Christmas party

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Two women who worked for a home healthcare company in Tennessee claimed that their religion motivated their employer to fire them. But from the jump, the plaintiffs had a problem. The complaint that they filed in court belied their claims.

According to the Sixth Circuit’s opinion, the defendant hired the two plaintiffs in 2019. Both were at will. The plaintiffs claimed that in December 2020, they hosted an after-hours Christmas party at one of their homes, which they further alleged was an expression of their Christian faith. Several of their co-workers attended.

The plaintiffs further claimed that after word

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