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most rapidly growing and confusing areas of employment law because not everyone practices the same religion. The authors further revealed that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 prevents federal agencies from discriminating against their employees and applicants on the basis of their religion, how various governmental organs have emerged to advocate the issue of religious discrimination, and so forth. On the other hand, through quantitative research, Team#2 members revealed that an estimated number of more than 10 million adults are currently identified as LGBT in the U.S. However; there has been an increment of women being categorized as LGBT group since 2012, that is from 3.5% to 4.4% in 2016. This indicated that there are more women experiencing discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and Gender Identity that men who also identify as LGBT. Considering Team#1 qualitative research strategies, team members found out that there are many different religions and many holidays and practices are unknown to employers and it will be difficult as a business to try to accommodate everyone. In this sense, implement policies where if it's a religion that is practised by less than 10% of the employee population, that employee should follow up with the management team and provide them with the necessary information surrounding their holiday and why they would need time off. However, Team#2 revealed that using the probability method in
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