Employees sometimes have questions about what religious accommodations their employer must make. This is not only true of requests for schedule alteration to practice their faith. Employees may also wish to be granted an exception to an employer’s personnel policy and be allowed to dress in a certain fashion or groom their hair in a certain way due to sincerely held religious beliefs. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC” – the federal agency that enforces employment discrimination laws) recently released guidance for employees to better understand their rights on the subject.