Retrieved from http://exproxy.liberty.edu/login?url=https://search-proquest-com.ezproxy.liberty.edu/docview/886552633?accountid=12085 The author, Patricia Borstorff, is a distinguished professor of management at Jacksonville State University. In this article, Borstorff (2011) contributes to the discussion of accommodating religious expression in the workplace. The article discusses the increasing diversification of today’s workforce regarding ethnicity, culture, religion and language. It also discusses the need for employers to become better prepared to deal with religious issues. “Businesses should
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The inflow of immigrants has augmented the number of religious denominations represented in the U.S. and as a result religious diversity is emerging as a significant issue. Organizations often discriminate employees due to the lack of understanding of employee’s religious beliefs and needs. They understand their own religion practices but are ignorant about other religious practices. As a result, they often fail to make accommodations to meet the religious needs of the groups within the organization. The claims for religious discrimination in the U.S. increased from 1811 in 1999 to 3386 in 2009; an increase of $3.1 million to $7.6 million (Borstorff & Arlington, 2011).
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What is HRM? “The study of human resource management is concerned with the nature and regulation of the employment relationship and is a field to which a variety of disciplines contribute, notably sociology, psychology, and industrial relations.” (University of Strathclyde, 2005) In other words Strathclyde reminds us HRM has a lot of responsibilities. For example; recruiting the right people for the jobs, making sure that staff are motivated to work and if they need improvement give them... ... middle of paper ... ...14 BBC NEWS Morrisons 'denied Muslim couple Ramadan break', tribunal told updated April 2014, accessed 26 April 2014 Small Business - Chron.com, (2014). Importance of Effective Recruitment & Selection. [online] Available at: http://smallbusiness.chron.com/importance-effective-recruitment-selection-55782.html [Accessed 27 April.