The Supreme Court rules against USPS in Sunday work case

The U.S. Supreme Court unanimously ruled in favor of a postal worker who refused to work on Sundays due to religious reasons, therefore expanding employers’ requirements to accommodate employees’ religious views.

The verdict: The court ruled in favor of an evangelical Christian Postal Service carrier refusing to work on Sundays for religious reasons.
* The unanimous decision indicates full court support of the ruling.

Impact on employer obligations: This decision significantly expands how far employers must go to accommodate the religious views of their employees.
* The ruling is considered a major victory for religious groups advocating for workplace accommodations based on religious beliefs.

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