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What is Considered Religious Discrimination?

Discrimination refers to an unfair or biased treatment of people due to their racial background, gender, age or even religion. Religious discrimination, a term used to refer to the prejudiced treatment of certain people due to their religious beliefs, is becoming a serious concern. Every year hundreds and thousands of people face different treatment due to their personal religious beliefs. According to FBI hate crime statistics, while people from all religions are victims of religious discrimination, a vast number of them belong to minority groups such as Jews and Muslims.

What is FMLA?

FMLA or Family & Medical Leave Act is a federal act enacted more than three decades. Prior to the ratification of the act, people would lose their jobs whenever they were afflicted with a serious ailment which made them take more than a week off from work. Therefore, in order to protect the jobs of millions of employees, the FMLA was enacted which required employers across the USA to provide family and medical leave to their workers.

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