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The Supreme Court’s recent decision severely restricting the use of race in the college admissions process has generated almost all the attention related to the Court these days and provided much fodder for spirited dinnertime conversations. That same week, however, the Court decided another case, which is already having a direct and immediate impact on your credit union.

In Groff vs. DeJoy, the Court increased protections for employees seeking workplace accommodations because of their religious beliefs. It deals with an area of law that was relatively obscure until the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine, which forced every employer to decide whether to impose a vaccine mandate on employees and to understand the conditions under which said employees would be exempted. Because of this decision, every person reading this article who handles HR should review and most likely update the credit union’s existing policies.

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