Some of our employees choose to have prayer with patients or other employees a practice that is supported by Adventist Health. How do you feel about employees having prayer with patients?

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Patients are in a position of dependency on hospital staff and may feel they have no choice but to participate. It could be hard to establish fairly whether patients would genuinely wish prayers to be said in their presence, and even whether they
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It's none of my business. To each their own. If I was the employer I'd let them have five or ten minutes a day to do it. I used to work with a lady in a factory that would go around
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Religious belief or activity is a personal characteristic protected by the Equal Opportunity Act.
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I believe every one should be able to choose if they join in or not, I for one wouldn't and if they tell you its part of your contract then that is total bull. If every one who is
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