Christianity in the Workplace
Equipping employers to facilitate an inclusive working environment that respects the religious beliefs of employees in meaningful ways.
Resources to help you understand the rights of Christians in the workplace
These resources provide employers with insight on how Christian beliefs might manifest in the workplace, as well as exploring and analysing the relevant law in the area. They aim to be a useful and informative reference for employers in the United Kingdom, encouraging them to cultivate an inclusive work environment and giving specific examples on how that might be achieved. They also seek to equip and inspire Christians with confidence and knowledge of the current legal freedoms they enjoy in the workplace.
THE EMPLOYER'S GUIDE
Produced in collaboration with Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship and the Evangelical Alliance, this informative booklet is a valuable tool for employers across the UK.
Video 1: How does Christianity arise in the workplace?
Video 2: Why should I create an inclusive workplace?
Video 3: How does equality law work to protect religion and belief?
Video 4: What’s all this talk about reasonable accommodation for employees of faith?
Video 5: What does an inclusive workplace look like and how do I create one?
Christianity in the Workplace: An informative resource for employers in the UK
Christianity in the Workplace: Highlights
Employers are struggling with expressions of faith in the workplace
(MarketingWeek) Employers are facing challenges over expressions of religion and belief in the workplace as new research shows HR professionals have a very different view of practising faith at work when compared to employees.
Faith in the workplace
(The Economist) Employers all over the Western world have been asked to make allowances for the religious faiths of their diverse workforce.
Speak Up: a summary guide
(Evangelical Alliance) Speak Up is a new resource from the Evangelical Alliance and the Lawyers’ Christian Fellowship to equip and inspire Christians with confidence and knowledge of the current legal freedoms we have to share our faith.