Meeting in a Box: Respecting Different Faiths in the Workplace

As Easter approaches and spring time celebrations pick up speed, it’s worth noting that this time of year is not only significant in Christian religious traditions. The same can be said for any other time of the year, for that matter, and it’s important that your workplace cultural observances, schedules and paid time off policies are inclusive of religious diversity.

More than 16 million people in the United States identify with a religion that is not Christianity, leaving them in a position where they have to tap into PTO to observe the holy days that their faith holds dear.

This Meeting in a Box is designed to help you understand other religious traditions, shape a calendar and time off policies that are more inclusive and create a workplace environment where employees feel comfortable being themselves.

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