Problem with accomodating

There are particular issues raised when we’re talking about the government, and we’ll mostly avoid those today because we don’t have time to cover them.But I would point out that we have a wealth of written materials out in front, including a copy of some guidelines that were published several years ago under the Clinton administration that address the obligation of governmental employers with regard to employee religious expression.If we can, that would be obviously a terrific achievement for all of us, and would really be an important contribution to helping to change the national debate on religious issues.

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Problem with accomodating

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The accommodating functions for two specific on-line problems are investigated: a variant of bin-packing in which the goal is to maximize the number of objects put in n bins and the seat reservation problem.

A number of representatives of various religious communities will speak to the particular needs of their communities regarding religious accommodation in the workplace, and representatives of business and labor will address the particular interest of their constituencies on these issues.

After each of these panels, we’ll have time for question and answer sessions. Human Rights Commission in Geneva, and we’re very grateful that he could join us today.

So, I want to give you an idea of how the day will go.

The first panel will begin by addressing the history of civil rights and constitutional law in this area, most prominently, the requirement of Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that employers not discriminate against an employee based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

We are working very hard right now to try and get on the floor of the Senate the Senate version of the bill, the CARE Act.

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