Employers, here are 110,759 reasons why you’re not the religion police.

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Since only the real ones are reading the blog this week, I must confess that it would be cool to patrol the office halls with a fake badge I ordered from Amazon to restore order and HR compliance to the workplace.

But policing religion is where I must draw the line.

I’ll explain why.

Let’s start with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which requires employers to accommodate the religious beliefs of applicants and employees who are “sincerely held.” Unfortunately, “sincerely held” is difficult to pinpoint in this context.

In its guidance on religious discrimination, the

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