Michael C. Page wrote:Do your work mates know your beliefs? No and it's a good thing. Get a load of this:
I live in the USA. My boss brought up religion in the workplace. I responded that I believe in the first amendment of our constitution and I gently stated that people should have the right to believe as they wish as long as they do not impose through violence, intimidation or false representation, their beliefs on others. I also said that we should be able to have the intelligence and maturity to share beliefs and ideas without feeling threatened. I was accused of being a “D....... Liberal” and my job was threatened. The other co-workers actually "snickered".
I passed the information on to my lawyer. I guess I’ll be unemployed soon. I’m not shocked at their behaviour, but just ….disappointed. Oh well....
Whoever this is, they are quite right, and in the US they should have a boatload of legal protections and might want to consider filing a complaint with the EEOC in addition to the lawyer. If they are unemployed soon, they may well be able to buy the company when the courts have finished with it.