Firms urged to provide benefits for religious diversity

Elswick, Jill
October 2003
Employee Benefit News;Oct2003, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p58
Reports on religious diversity in the U.S. workplace. Estimated number of complaints of religious-based bias in the workplace in 2002; Effect of religious discrimination on work performance of employees; Importance of offering employee benefits to combat perceptions of religious bias in the workplace.


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