Religion, Spirituality and Beliefs Training for Employees and Managers

Ensuring the workplace is inclusive of religious and spiritual expression

Religion, Spirituality and Beliefs Training

 As workforce diversity becomes increasingly important, organizations are recognizing the benefits of fostering a workplace where employees feel comfortable bringing their authentic selves to work — including expressing their religion, spirituality and faith.

Federal and state laws prohibit religious discrimination, the act of treating an employee or applicant unfavorably because of their religious beliefs, non-beliefs or practices. These laws also require organizations to provide reasonable accommodations for the religious expressions of employees, such as offering flexible work schedules for prayer breaks and religious holidays.  Accommodating employees’ religious or spiritual needs does more than keep organizations in compliance with the law — it helps create a more inclusive and faith-friendly environment.

Providing training on religious diversity and inclusion is one of ways organizations can foster a work culture that respects the beliefs of others and is open and welcoming to individual’s religious practices and expressions of spirituality.

Online Training: Religion, Spirituality and Beliefs

This brief eLearning course provides an overview of the positive benefits of a workplace that values inclusion and welcomes employees’ different religious and spiritual expressions. Available in versions for employees (10 min) and managers (15 min), the training explores different aspects of religion, spirituality and beliefs in the workplace and includes interactive knowledge checks, practical tips and viewer email and twitter segments that address common questions.

Religion, Spirituality and Beliefs covers these topics and more:

  • The difference between religion, spirituality and beliefs
  • Benefits of religious and spiritual expression in the workplace
  • Religious discrimination
  • Examples of religious accommodations 
  • Inclusive actions

The Managers’ course provides additional information on handling complaints of religious harassment, avoiding retaliation and a list of useful resources.

The Traliant Difference
Our modern, interactive approach to online compliance training combines up-to-date content and eLearning strategies and technology to raise awareness, motivate positive behavior and foster respectful, inclusive workplaces. Traliant courses are mobile optimized for access on any device and can be customized to reflect your organization’s industry, policies, culture and branding. 

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