Workplace Resources

GET THE FACTS!

At Tanenbaum we train employers to end harassment against and between employees.

One way to stop harassment is to get the facts about diverse religious beliefs. Below are fact sheets and other resources that can help end harassment and bullying.

To learn more, contact us at workplacediversity@tanenbaum.org or call (212) 967-7707.

HOW ACCOMMODATING IS YOUR WORKPLACE?

Religious Diversity Checklist
Find out how your workplace stands regarding religious diversity.

10 Bias Danger Signs
Tanenbaum’s 10 Bias Danger Signs are the obvious and subtle ways in which religion often arises in workplaces across all faith traditions, for both employees and customers. You can use Tanenbaum’s 10 Bias Danger Signs to proactively prevent conflict and misunderstandings in the workplace.

Eight Steps to the Accommodation Mindset
Read this document to learn how you can accommodate employees’ diverse religious backgrounds into the workplace in eight easy steps.

Find out what American workers really think about religion
Tanenbaum’s 2013 Survey of American Workers and Religion, conducted in March 2013, provides a comprehensive picture of American workers’ experiences with religious discrimination and bias in workplaces, as well as their perceptions of discrimination in American society.

Respectful Communication
Use Tanenbaum’s Tips for Respectful Communication to prevent misunderstandings when talking to coworkers and employees about religion.

OTHER RESOURCES

National Day of Prayer FAQ
The National Day of Prayer is not mandated by the federal government but what does it mean in the workplace?

The December Dilemma
December is a time of year when holidays bring religious diversity issues to the surface in workplaces. This tip sheet provides proactive strategies for creating an inclusive workplace environment year-round.

Interview with Deb Dagit, a diversity consultant and former Chief Diversity Officer at Merck
The April 2014 quarterly newsletter discussed the new federal regulations on disability in the workplace and how disability may intersect with religion. Included in that newsletter was an interview we conducted with Deb Dagit, a diversity consultant and former Chief Diversity Officer at Merck who has a visible disability, discussing her thoughts on the intersection of religion and disability.