If religious beliefs were to be incorporated in the workplace, there are questions being raised regarding the use of birth control pills, whether or not it should be included in the interview questions or the surveys or information being done, as well as the annual check-up of the employees; and in case a company is religiously affiliated, should that person be fired because her practices are against that of the owner or that of the church? There will be a lot of questions given such cases and it would be hard to determine the right decision to make. A person should not be fired simply because of his beliefs because beliefs are a personal choice and working or being an employee of, say your dream company, which you worked hard for your entire life, is a different thing to consider because you did not work hard to please that belief but to be successful in life in your line of work or your field.
Another question is the hiring of gays and lesbians, whether it should be allowed or they should be discriminated simply because God did not make genders of such. There will be a lot of controversies when such a law is passed because religion itself has a lot of controversies already, and including it in the corporate world will only make the corporate world ill-fated more than it already is.
Another example would be the topic regarding the use of contraception or the one topic that is always being debated about which is abortion. In some areas of hiring and working, there will indeed be benefits having the same beliefs because it will be easier to explain to the people about your view and certain decisions. Also, holidays will be easier to be implemented and fewer absences will be there since you are celebrating the same type of religion.
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