In a country whose diverse workers embrace many religions and cultures, does it make sense for a company to rename vacation days that revolve around Christian holidays—like “Christmas break” and “Easter break”—or even to eliminate these traditional days and let employees pick their own holidays to take time off?Tags: Benefits Compensation Equal Pay Pay
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A case that had oral arguments before the Supreme Court may decide not only whether the nation’s 100,000 service...
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