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What Is the Definition of Religious Discrimination?

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Religious discrimination refers having to bias against a certain person arising as a result of what they do or do not believe. It is the unfair prejudice against people because of their religious beliefs, practises and association. Religious discrimination at workplaces is against the law.
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1. Become well acquainted with the basics of discrimination on the job and in the general public. Refer to the constitution or Equal Opportunity Employment Rights for more in depth
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I don't think there is one. Those two words are all I have ever heard used. It would be confusing if you used a religion name and added "ism" because that could describe
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Most atheists I know are profoundly against it. If I ever found out that someone I knew or worked with was being discriminated against or harassed because he was a believer, I would
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Religious discrimination is adverse work treatment of an employee based on a class or category that the employee belongs to - religious beliefs or practices - rather than on the employee's
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