A prospective employee interviews for a customer service job advertised as 8:30 am to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday and some weekends.  The prospective employee tells the interviewer that because of religious reasons he cannot work on Fridays or Saturdays and asks if that would be a problem. Instead of the interviewer saying yes, he said he would ask his supervisor, implying it might be possible. The supervisor said no. The prospective employee sued.  After a year and a half the case finally settled for $75,000.

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