Hiring Muslims means that sooner or later, you will be sued by CAIR litigation jihadists for not accommodating excessive Muslim religious demands. Apparently, the swamp dwellers in the the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) have found reasonable cause that Cargill managers violated the Civil Rights Act by refusing to allow Somali Muslim workers to pray whenever they wanted.
VOA News CARGILL Meat Packing Company learned the hard way when 150-200 Somali Muslims walked off the job for not being allowed to pray in large groups several times a day during working hours, after which the company fired them.
The EEOC’s determination, reached Aug. 3, could set up a federal discrimination lawsuit should Cargill fail to seek a settlement agreement with the 140 fired workers seeking legal action. Of the thousands of discrimination charges filed with the federal government each year, a small fraction of them gain the backing of the commission.
In December 2015, about 150 employees walked off the job at Cargill’s meatpacking facility in Fort Morgan, Colo., after supervisors told them they would no longer be allowed to pray during working hours. Cargill Meat Solutions, the Wichita-based subsidiary of agribusiness giant Cargill Inc., then fired the workers for violating attendance policies.
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has determined there is reasonable cause that the civil rights of Somali Muslims were violated when agri-business giant Cargill refused to allow them to pray at a meatpacking plant it owns in the western state of Colorado.
The finding was reached almost two years after about 150 workers walked off the job after supervisors informed them they could no longer pray during lunch breaks and several other times of the day. Cargill, the largest private company in the U.S., then fired the workers for violating attendance protocol at the meatpacking plant in the city of Fort Morgan.
The EEOC, which enforces anti-discrimination federal laws, also determined last week that the local Teamsters union did not provide fair representation to the Muslim workers.
“The findings of the EEOC against Teamsters and Cargill reaffirms our strongly held belief that the Somali workers that were terminated were done so in violation of their federally protected rights,” said Qusair Mohamedbhai, a lawyer with a Denver-based law firm that is representing the employees.
If you have any Muslims working for you now, FIRE THEM, for poor job performance, tardiness, bad attitude, anything but a religion-related issue. Even better, never hire any Muslims at all, especially Somali Muslims. They are not good workers. You get what you pay for. More reasons why you should NEVER HIRE A MUSLIM