Employees have the right to express their religious beliefs (or lack-thereof) at work, but at what point does it cross the line of faithful religious practice into harassment?


In this Quick Take you’ll learn:

  • Four kinds of common religious expression in the workplace that you should generally tolerate
  • Three situations when you have a right to limit or prohibit employees’ religious expression
  • A quick test to help you tell the difference between acceptable and unacceptable religious expression


NOTE: This Compliance program has been reviewed by an employment-law attorney. However, the publisher is not engaged in rendering legal advice or services. If such professional services are required, we recommend subscribers retain them.

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