Religion In The Workplace: Guideline for Employers, Managers, Supervisors

January 30, 2016 - Comment

This excellent guideline for all types of companies and management personnel is a counter to the biased Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) guideline on dealing with Moslem employees. The guideline quotes the CAIR piece and offers understanding of CAIR’s intent to intimidate and bully employers and managers with demands based on half-truths about Islam. The

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This excellent guideline for all types of companies and management personnel is a counter to the biased Council on American-Islamic Relations’ (CAIR) guideline on dealing with Moslem employees. The guideline quotes the CAIR piece and offers understanding of CAIR’s intent to intimidate and bully employers and managers with demands based on half-truths about Islam. The guideline is a practical, no-nonsense guide that employers and managers can use to avoid pitfalls and adverse legal actions. The author of the guideline has worked in Human Resources and has supervised multicultural workforces in both Western as well as Islamic cultures and knows his subject well. CAIR is an element of the colonizing Moslem Brotherhood of North America. CAIR has been identified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a terrorist based anti-American organization. As such, CAIR is biased and bigoted and works to bully those who are uninformed or unwise. This guideline seeks to inform and to provide wise and useful guidance.

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Imran Khan says:

Useless Mr. Horn, a man who has never been involved in business, sees fit to tell us how we should handle prayer in the workplace. This has been discussed to death, and his book offers no new insights. If anything, it’s merely a guise for his agenda endorsing group prayer in the workplace, and yet he does this only with the assumption that workers praying together will all have the same faith. He ignores the fact that Muslims pray five times a day, which would complicate matters in the workplace…

Kenneth Young says:

An excellent guide Should be required reading for anyone wanting to overcome obstacles to successful business management when dealing with pluralism in the workplace.

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