A matter of conscience: do conflicting beliefs and workplace demands constitute religious discrimination? - ProQuest

  • Von Bergen, C W; Bressler M
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Abstract

Increasingly, employees maintain they should be provided an unqualified legal right to refuse work activities that violate their ethical, moral, personal, or religious convictions or beliefs-in short, their conscience. This assertion has become one of the more controversial issues confronting employers. This paper presents a brief review of conscientious objection with special attention to objection in medical related areas, followed by new discussion of freedom of conscience in the workplace.

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  • a matter of conscience
  • conscience
  • conscientious objection
  • freedom of conscience
  • in business
  • journal of behavioral studies
  • page 1
  • religion

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  • Martin S Von Bergen, C W; Bressler

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