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Rich v. Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. involves a Jewish employee who claimed, among other things, that her Christian co-workers created a religiously hostile work environment for her.

Among her allegations, Ms. Rich claimed that her employer placed crosses on the invitations to the mandatory company holiday party and hired carolers who sang songs at the party with heavy Christian lyrics, including “Christ Our Lord.” She also alleged that, after she emailed the staff about the meaning of Hanukkah, HR accused her of violating company policy against using work computers for personal reasons, despite that the company continued to send Christmas-related emails to the staff.


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