Wouldn't or Couldn't?

Wouldn't or Couldn't?

Discrimination based on Religion

Organizations need to reasonably accommodate religious practices. This vignette shows a team leader questioning the willingness of an employee to do his job because he did not call off an important religious commitment. And with that kind of perception, his career may indeed suffer because of it.

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Competencies

  • Ensuring Professional and Compliant Behavior
  • Respecting Others

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Trainer Comments: The principle that comes to mind here is respect. Being respectful of others means appreciating our differences – our diversity. When we commit to the principle of respect, our actions are ones that treat others with dignity and fairness .


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