BA638_Assignment 5.2

BA638_Assignment 5.2 - BA 638 Assignment 5.2 Summary of the...

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BA 638 Assignment 5.2 Summary of the case Hosea Harrell is a member of a Seventh-day Adventist Church and a former employee of the U.S. Postal Service (USPS). After being fired from his position with the post office in Warrensburg, Missouri, Harrell brought suit against the Postmaster General, alleging violations of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 due to their failure to reasonably accommodate requests related to his religious beliefs. After working for a few years as a part-time letter carrier, Harrell earned a position in 2004 as a full-time letter carrier that operated on a rotating schedule. Harrell was the most junior full- time letter carrier in his post office. After about two years on the job, Harrell requested a religious accommodation to have every Saturday off because working any time between sundown Friday and sundown Saturday violated his religious beliefs as a Seventh-day Adventist. Shortly after the request, Harrell’s supervisor and a union representative met with him to discuss the matter. During that meeting and a subsequent meeting Harrell rejected any offers that were not exactly as he requested; for the entire day off on every Saturday. His employers
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