The Balancing Of Church and Cubicle

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Is it O.K. to put up religious symbols or sayings in your office or cubicle? If your employer tells you it’s not acceptable to express your faith at work — whether in how you decorate your office, how you dress or what you say to others — is this religious discrimination?

You sometimes want to discuss things related to your faith, like religious teachings or an interesting sermon you’ve heard. Is that appropriate at work? Eilene Zimmerman answers these and other questions in The Balancing Of Church and Cubicle

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