Religion in the Workplace Grabs Headlines: News Roundup

From discrimination cases in the U.K. and here at home to Oregon’s repeal of the ban of religious dress for educators to a study on how a person’s religious faith impacts his or her job, this week was all about religious diversity in the workplace.

First, the discrimination cases:
Now onto some other religious workplace news:
House speaker Dave Hunt celebrated the news saying:
“Today, we affirm and accept that Oregonians of different faiths can work and live and be educated together. Teachers now have the same religious free-exercise rights as every other Oregonian. This law protects Oregon’s Constitutional right to the free exercise of religion while strengthening religious neutrality in our public schools.”
In other news:
Have a great weekend and we’ll see you next week!