Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Why One's Faith Costs Employers More Than It Costs Him/Her

For all our readers that are employers out there, I am sorry to bring you this news. Yes, it's from Canada, but I am sure the same is true in any other civilized nation that has similar laws with respect to Religious Accommodation in Employment. The reason I'm sorry about this is that clearly you don't have a chance in this whole thing. The law seems to be written that way.

The winners are a) those that want to take advantage of the system and b) the laws that will be hired to defend you.

There used to be an idea that true religion must cost something -- certainly I know my Christian faith needs to cost me something (but it's still worth it). But these days it appears that anybody's faith will end up costing you the employer more than it costs them. And I don't think that's fair.

Here are the details. Take a look and pass this on to other employers you know that may find it interesting.

First Reference Talks � Blog Archive � How to decide if a religious belief should be accommodated





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