TrainingBriefs® Religion at Work
Religion in the Workplace
It’s one thing to casually invite someone to attend religious services with you, or to occasionally mention a religious belief or practice. But when you repeatedly and openly talk about your religious beliefs, or proselytize, to the point that it offends a co-worker, you can be accused of harassment. And when a supervisor is the one talking about religion in the workplace, employees may believe that religion discriminatorily effected employment decisions.
Learning Path & Details
Suggested Industry Usage
- Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior
- Understand how religious symbols and invitations impact employees in the workplace.
- Learn how religious discussions might lead to perceived discrimination.
- Audible Narration
- Integrated Video
- Interactions and Activities
Training Files (1)
During this course, you'll observe a supervisor who persistently pushes one of her employees to attend her church. The employee was polite, but annoyed and tried to express that “church” wasn’t her thing and she did not want to talk about it.