Today, the EEOC issued new guidance on accommodation of religion.  The guidance focuses on accommodation of religious clothing, garb and grooming.  However, it touches on other topics, such as religious harassment, as well.  While the guidance docs not set any new standards, employers should review the many examples of situations that would or would not require accommodation.  Additionally, employers should consider incorporating religious accommodation requirements as a component of manager training.  A link to the guidance is here.