Religion in the Workplace
When it comes to Religion in the workplace Employers, HR professionals, and Managers have a duty to honor each and every religion his or her employee chooses. Because of our country’s great diversity employers may hire from a great variety of countries and different religious backgrounds. In a picture perfect work environment, the religious beliefs of a given employee, or employer, do not create conflicts. Either is free to believe as he or she chooses as long as the works get done satisfactorily, neither will encounter difficulty on basis of religion. Yet, in the real world, a number of issues can arise to bring about friction. An employer or employee may discuss, or even argue over religious principles. Various religions is different in many ways for example style of dress, manner of keeping or wearing one’s hair, or even trying to recruit others to their faith, trying different diets, praying fasting, avoiding certain languages or behavior, and observing certain religious holidays. Put simply, the many characteristics of different religious provide ample ground for disagreement, conflict, or even harassment among employers and employees. To have control over this every business should have a policy in place that’s protects its employees form certain conflict and discrimination in the workplace. Supporting a employees religion can ultimately lead to better productivity from that individual. If every employee are fully knowledgeable and aware of the company polices it may cut back of confrontations between employees and even keep the environment safe. The HR department should conduct a detailed interview with a new employee and be aware of his or her religion. During this process the HR personnel can also introduce that new employee to the policies, and also the guidelines concerning their religion policies as well. At this point any and all questions should be addressed and the new employee should have a understanding of how he or...
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