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Plano, Texas-based Frito-Lay Inc. agreed to pay $50,000 to an employee who was fired because his religious beliefs would not allow work during the Sabbath.

In May 2019, charging party Jhonny Toussaint, a man in his 30s, requested a religious accommodation from his employer, the West Palm Beach branch of Plano, Texas-based Frito-Lay Inc., a subsidiary of Harrison, N.Y.-based PepsiCo.

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