Religion and competing interests in the workplace and service delivery

Cannon, C. (2015) Religion and competing interests in the workplace and service delivery. Employment Law Bulletin, 128, pp. 3-5.

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Subject: Employment . Other related subjects: Consumer law. Health and safety at work. Human rights. Keywords: Christianity; Clothing; Freedom of thought conscience and religion; Freedom to manifest one's religious belief; Northern Ireland; Race discrimination; Religious discrimination; Right to marry; Same sex partners; Sexual orientation discrimination; Supply of services; Tripping and slipping Abstract: Examines case law which illustrates issues with religious interests in the workplace and the delivery of services, relating to: (1) a request for a Muslim woman to modify her clothing to avoid a tripping hazard; (2) whether an employee suffered religious discrimination on the ground of her belief that homosexuality was a sin; and (3) sexual orientation discrimination by the owners of a cake shop who refused to supply a cake bearing the slogan "Support gay marriage".

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Cannon, Dr Catriona
Authors: Cannon, C.
College/School:College of Social Sciences > School of Law
Journal Name:Employment Law Bulletin

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