24 Berkeley J. Emp. & Lab. L. 377 (2003)
Lifestyle Discrimination in Employment

handle is hein.journals/berkjemp24 and id is 383 raw text is: Lifestyle Discrimination in Employment
Stephen D. Sugarmant
I.  INTRO   DUCTION     .............................................................................. 378
II.  EM  PLOYER    INTERESTS     ................................................................... 382
III. OFF DUTY WORKER BEHAVIOR THAT MAY CLASH WITH
EM  PLOYER    INTERESTS     ................................................................... 384
A.    Personal (Social/Sexual) Relationships .................................. 384
B.    Civic/Political Activities ......................................................... 388
C .   Leisure  A ctivities  .................................................................... 389
D .   M oonlighting    .......................................................................... 390
E .   D aily  L iving  ............................................................................ 391
F .   Illegal A cts  .............................................................................. 393
IV.      IMPLEMENTING EMPLOYER CONCERNS ABOUT OFF-DUTY
B EH A V IO R  ...................................................................................... 395
A .   App  licants  ............................................................................... 395
B .   E m p loyees  ............................................................................... 398
C.    Finding Out About Off-Duty Conduct .................................... 400
V.    EMPLOYEE-PRIVACY OBJECTIONS ................................................ 402
A.    Analogies to Other Privacy Rights ..................................... 402
B.    Personal Autonomy and Individualized Treatment ................ 406
C.    Privacy-invading Means of Collecting Information About
P rivate  C onduct ...................................................................... 407
D.    Fundamentalists, Pragmatists and Others ............................. 408
E.    Analogous to Core Civil Rights Protections? ......................... 413
VI.   EXISTING LEGAL REGIMES ............................................................ 416
A.    Broad Limits on Lifestyle Discrimination .............................. 416
B .   Specific  Protections   ................................................................ 418
C .   R elated  Issues  ......................................................................... 420
D.    Employment Other Than At will: No Discharge Without
t Agnes Roddy Robb Professor of Law, UC Berkeley (Boalt Hall). Over the years, various law students
have provided helpful research assistance with this project and thanks especially go to Maki Arakawa,
Karis Chi, Jennifer Jackson, Shelley Mack, Aaron Monick and Karen Stark.

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