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Religious accommodation in the workplace has been a growing issue in the business community, partly as a result of an increasing number of religious discrimination cases in the United States. Using pluralism and religious pluralism as the theoretical frameworks, the focus of this phenomenological study was to investigate Muslim employees’ perceptions concerning religious accommodation. Survey results suggested that very few companies were providing religious accommodation for their employees. One implication is that companies need to begin communicating more effectively with their Muslim employees about their religious needs.