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Running Head: DIVERSITY TRAINING MANUAL
Diversity Training Manual
Date of Submission
DIVERSITY TRAINING MANUAL
Discrimination is a social form favoring, considering, treating or otherwise making a
distinction between individuals based on race, sex, social class, religion or any category that an
individual is perceived to belong rather than social qualities. Therefore religious discrimination is
an act of favoring or sorting out of individuals based on religious beliefs. Under Civil Rights Act,
Title VII 1964, the term religion is used to refer to all form of religious practices, observances, and
This Act, therefore, prohibits human resource managers or employers from discriminating
or hiring individuals based on their religious affiliations. The law also educates employers and
employees on issues that may cause discriminations and affirmative actions that should be taken
should an individual is found guilty of the violation of this act. This law also requires that an
employer to duly accommodate any individual considered as an employee irrespective of the
religious beliefs unless the practices may cause unrest to the firm and smooth daily operation of
the organization. The law also states that an employee should not be forced to partake or not join
in a religious practice as a requirement of employment, for example, a non-Muslim female
employee should not be coerced to tie a hijab so as to be considered as part of the organization
Civil Rights Act, Title VII 1964 applies to all religions of the world without exception.
However, for the purpose of this study, we will base our research on a religious act of these three
religions of the world, Orthodox Jewish, Hindu and The Church of Jesus Christ Latter-Day Saints
and how their religious practices can be accommodated by human resource managers.
Traditionally Orthodox Jewish individual is supposed to conduct three types of prayers i.e.
morning, afternoon and even...
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