4 Types of Religious Discrimination You’ve Probably Ignored 

Religion discrimination doesn’t get discussed as much it should.

Find out why some us don’t recognise it and others simply don’t want to.

Here are some key messages from this episode:

  • Why Religious Discrimination is often ignored in the workplace
  • Why Religious Discrimination is not just about Religion
  • The principle employers use to judge what is reasonable in terms of accommodating religious beliefs

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Here are some key takeaways from this episode:

There are 4 Type of Religious Discrimination 

“The paper took a legal approach, we’re not going to get into that but I am going to give some examples of each type of religious discrimination using a legal case”

There are 3 Types of Religious Accommodation 

“This refers to a failure to reasonably accommodate religious beliefs by making adjustments to the work environment. It’s useful to think about this in 3 ways”

Retaliation covers all of the above 

“Retaliation occurs when an employer takes negative action against an employee because of their intent or actual claims regarding Religious Discrimination”

Here are some resources so you can go deeper:

Religious Discrimination in the Workplace: A Review and Examination of Current and Future Trends

Discrimination isn’t just one thing:

Check out these related episodes of the show.

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Why Back Handed Compliments Can Be a Covert Form of Discrimination [Research Breakdown]

Why Welcoming Your Identity But Not Your Ability Can Be a Covert Form of Discrimination [Research Breakdown]

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