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New religion at work research shows discrimination is still commonplace

As many of us return to work following the celebration of holidays which are at least partly religious in origin, new research by business psychology consultant, Pearn Kandola, shows discrimination against religious employees is still common in many workplaces. Surveying the experience of 6,315 workers in the UK and US, this research considered a variety of religious backgrounds, including Buddhist, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim and Sikh employees. In doing so, it aimed to raise awareness of the experiences of, and understand the obstacles faced by, employees expressing their religious identity at work.



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