Religion: The next frontier in workplace diversity and inclusion
While religious freedom is regarded as a human right, workplaces are most likely to simply enforce a basic tolerance.
But rather than simply tolerate, organizations would be wise to provide a work environment where staff can fully live out their religious beliefs, Cardus Vice President of External Affairs Brian Dijkema tells Talent Canada.
“Diversity is very nice if it you can do it without changing anything about yourself or your company — sort of a nice thing that you put on your posters. True diversity is about affirming and engaging."