Legal Question in Business Law in Arizona

Can I be denied employment because of an employers religious beliefs

Asked on 8/02/13, 9:29 am

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Brian Strickman Strickman Law Office, PLLC
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First it depends how many employees the employer has, the law preventing this type of discrimination requires the employer to have 15 or more employees. If they do have more than 15 employees then as a matter of law no; however, as a practical matter you would need to demonstrate that you were denied employment because of your religious beliefs, and not for any legitimate reason.

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Answered on 8/02/13, 9:42 pm

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