Employers are required to accommodate, within reason, the religious beliefs and practices of job applicants and employees, unless to do so would create undue business hardship, financial or otherwise. Under the Commission Bias Rules, "undue hardship" means incurring more than minimal costs (WV Code Sec. 77-3-2.4). “Reasonable” accommodation might mean exploring and implementing alternative workplace practices that are compatible with the employee's religious beliefs without impinging on the rights of other employees or the business needs of the employer. The Commission suggests employers allow flexible scheduling, floating holidays, staggered work hours, and use of compensatory time as possible ways to accommodate employees' religious needs. Modifying an employer's dress code may be a reasonable accommodation.