Religious Diversity at Work

Religious Diversity at WorkGuide to Religious Diversity
in the U.S. Workplace

Issues of Religion and Faith are emerging as major challenges in the American workplace. Religious Diversity at Work guides business leaders and service providers through religious differences. Our many contributors provide much-needed religious literacy, expert advice on minimizing conflict, and engaging training tools.

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1: Why Religious Diversity?
CHAPTER 2: Quick Reference Religious Diversity Cards
CHAPTER 3: The Devout Professional in the Workplace & Academia
CHAPTER 4: Calendars and Holy Days
CHAPTER 5: The Impact of Religious Diversity on Healthcare
CHAPTER 6: The Religiously Diverse Workforce and Accommodation
CHAPTER 7: Islam in the Workplace
CHAPTER 8: Hinduism in the Workplace
CHAPTER 9: Judaism in the Workplace
CHAPTER 10: Buddhism in the Workplace
CHAPTER 11: LGBT and Religious Diversity Issues: Avoiding Conflicts and Increasing Understanding
CHAPTER 12: The Unaffiliated Sector
CHAPTER 13: Hot Topics: Legal and Cultural Issues
Appendix A: Religious Discrimination Guidelines – EEOC
Appendix B: Listing of Religious and Faith Groups
Appendix C: Resources – Print Publications
Appendix D: Resources – Websites

Contributors

Deborah Levine: Editor
Marc Brenman: Advisor
Sheila Chapnekar Boyington: Writer
Nisha Boyington: Writer
Terry Howard: Writer
Soumaya Khalifa: Writer
Simma Lieberman: Writer
Sharon Riegie Maynard: Writer
Gay Morgan Moore: Writer
Dr. Mukta Panda: Writer
Dr. Christopher Silver: Writer
Dr. Elwood Watson: Writer

TESTIMONIALS

Religious Diversity at Work provides a much-needed perspective of a fundamental, but often over-looked, aspect of today’s healthcare industry. It’s a guide to navigating religious sensitivities and instituting healthcare measures to address religious diversity concerns. Religion encourages us to live the way we say we believe. That premise doesn’t stop at the doors of a hospital, behavioral healthcare facility, emergency transport, or medical provider’s office. Religious diversity awareness should be used to proactively provide equal care by equal practice. Thank you for tackling these issues in ways not generally featured in other references.”
~ Sam Verniero, Planning Commission Board Member at Georgia Dept. of Behavioral Health & Developmental Disabilities

“The book is not only informative, but also thought provoking by asking questions managers and HR professionals will face in our ever evolving work cultures. Religious Diversity at Work allows management to formulate a plan and communication strategies before a disaster!”
Melodie Thompson, PHR, SHRM-CP

Religion in the US Workplace is a surprising combination of serious workplace issues and enjoyable articles that treat them in a plain and commonsensical way. While the book is rich with information, it is highly accessible to the average reader. It may even make the reader’s workplace experience much more enjoyable and successful. In addition to the articles, the book includes hypothetical examples and exercises that force the reader to think through the advice and absorb the information provided in the book. It is a great handbook that everyone embarking on a career should read in order to avoid some of the rough bumps we sometime experience in our religiously diverse society. I am surprised that it has taken so long for such a necessary and informative book to be written.”
~ Dr. Azizah al-Hibri: Professor Emerita at T. C. Williams School of Law/ University of Richmond and Founder/ KARAMAH

“It’s brilliant!”
~ Dr. Amy-Jill Levine
University Professor of New Testament and Jewish Studies
Divinity School and College of Arts & Science, Vanderbilt University

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