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  • Managing religion and belief in the workplace

    Created: 21/05/2018

    ACAS has produced new guidance on managing religion and belief in the workplace.

    The guide encourages employers to make sure their workplaces are ‘inclusive’. For example, so employees feel:

    • they belong

    • are not disadvantaged or under-valued because they hold a certain religious faith or philosophical belief, and

    • their beliefs and/or religious observances are respected. 

    While employers and employees can be liable for their own acts of discrimination, employers can also be liable for their employees’ acts.

    It's worth having a read, and of course, looking at the wide range of guidance on the ACAS website - it's well-written and easy to follow.

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