Last week, the EEOC announced its plan to better educate employees about religious discrimination. The agency published a one-page fact sheet which informs workers about religious accommodations and provides examples of religious discrimination. The EEOC will also collect more detailed information about the religion of the employees who file religious discrimination claims. The EEOC will team up with the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, which enforces the ban on religious discrimination by federal subcontractors, to develop joint-outreach and education about religious discrimination. With the EEOC’s increased focus on religious discrimination, employers should review the fact sheet and ensure that your policies and practices are compliant.