Workplace Ethics

“[E]merging and serious threats to religious freedom are also coming from the private sector”

"An obvious example is the workplace. I’ve talked for months now that Christians need a 'theology of getting fired.' You might be great at your job (and you should be as a Christian), but you might also face pressure to affirm and support your employer’s political agenda, one that has little to do with the company’s business model or strategic goals." - Breakpoint

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New study: "following the #MeToo movement, men are significantly more reluctant to interact with their female colleagues"

"According to the data, 27% of men avoid one-on-one meetings with female coworkers, 21% of men said they would be reluctant to hire women for a job that would require close interaction (such as business travel), and 19% of men would be reluctant to hire an attractive woman." - Washington Examiner

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San Diego: Victim of a “workplace Bible pest” is awarded a large payout

"In his complaint, Johnson alleged Beale began leading 'prayer sessions' in her new role as Deputy Director and urged her employees to attend church. During a subsequent performance review, Beale allegedly cautioned Johnson that he should start reading his Bible" - Patheos

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