Next, they told her she would have to wait until their contract with her substitute expired, which is quite reasonable on its face -- and buttressed by the fact that narcolepsy has no cure.
Thank you, Quazi!
BTW being sarcastic, rude and quite frankly, a dullard, does not make your point whatsoever. You got a beef, then propose a solution as I have previously requested.
... unless, thanks to this SC court decision, that employer is a religious organization and the employee engages in some degree of ministerial work
they have to allow the employee to work when her medical condition allows it. otherwise the employer engages in an EEOC violation. see the exception aboveNext, they told her she would have to wait until their contract with her substitute expired, which is quite reasonable on its face -- and buttressed by the fact that narcolepsy has no cure.
In another link, they went on to say that when she reported for work and insisted she be able to report, she then threatened to sue the school. By the way, her title was Minister of Religion. Basically, this is what SCOTUS was ruling on. "The State" should not interfere with what ministers are hired/fired. Big ruling...since the Catholic Church would be scrood any other way.The religious school in Redford, Mich., had fired teacher Cheryl Perich for insubordination after she reported for work even though administrators said they would not rehire her in the middle of the school year. Roberts said Perich qualified as a “minister” and the Constitution barred the state from influencing a church’s selection of such personnel.
Supreme Court Bars Narcoleptic Lutheran Teacher's Suit Against Church School - News - ABA Journal
Thank you, Quazi!
“Mr. Speaker, I once again find myself compelled to vote against the annual budget resolution for a very simple reason: it makes government bigger.” ― Ron Paul
Timid men prefer the calm of despotism to the tempestuous sea of Liberty. – Thomas Jefferson
Are we really suggesting that religious institutions are above the law? Because that's basically what this ruling means.
Liberté. Égalité. Fraternité.