- Feb 2010
It's up to courts to decide if an accommodation is reasonable or not. They'd have to look at industry standards about the number of employees on duty at one time.Right, but as Boonito pointed out, they an't if there are too many to accommodate. In a setting with only 5 people are on, just two accommodations are going to overload them. Even just one could.
The corner store by me has two employees on at night. And they get breaks. So no one buys alcohol while the non-Muslim is on break?