High Court to decide on religious freedom of employees

I think the PBS reporter here interviewed two interesting people regarding this discussion over religious freedom and employers. Tattoos and body piercings were also brought up. My notes about this: If the potential employee’s internal convictions or beliefs are weighed by the courts to be a type of demanders’ rights or simply freedom of expression applying in this case, then that is a Good Thing. Both sides (demander/employee and employer) should exhibit their attitudes so they can each bear witness to individual said personalities. Legally speaking, privately held attitudes should be personal and public when people tell it, not machines — but economically speaking, such an encumbrance must not become abridged/detached from a business operating within a work environment — because attitudes and beliefs frequently get paired together.



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