When Religion and Work Conflict, Level Up Your Life

When Religion and Work Conflict, Level Up Your Life

The Matt Townsend Show - Season 7, Episode 147

  • Jun 20, 2018 1:00 pm
  • 1:36:49 mins

When Religion and Work Conflict (17:00) Kabrina Krebel Chang is the Clinical Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics at Boston University. She spends a lot of time researching and collaborating with experts on new ways of innovating business strategies and education. Since 2007, the number of complaints for religious discrimination filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has risen significantly. It’s not hard to see why: An increase in immigrants of diverse faiths, greater workforce diversity, and the globalization of business all play a role in more workers from different religious backgrounds meeting on the job. For many employers, it is only a matter of time before they face conflicts between religion and work. As an employee or as a boss, what do you do when this situation comes up in the workplace? Kabring Chang with some steps on addressing religious conflicts in the workplace Level Up Your Life (1:04:50) Steve Kamb is the author of “Level Up Your Life: How to Unlock Adventure and Happiness by Becoming the Hero of Your Own Story”. He is the founder of nerdfitness.com. He has guest lectured at Google, Google Dublin, Facebook, TEDxEmory, and regularly speaks at Vanderbilt University. We all have heroes in literature, movies and video games. There are characters who have attributes and skills we wish we did. Our guest today, Steve Kamb, is the author of “Level Up Your Life”, a book that talks about how to become your own superhero.

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When Religion and Work Conflict

Jun 20, 2018

Kabrina Krebel Chang is the Clinical Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics at Boston University. She spends a lot of time researching and collaborating with experts on new ways of innovating business strategies and education. Since 2007, the number of complaints for religious discrimination filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has risen significantly. It’s not hard to see why: An increase in immigrants of diverse faiths, greater workforce diversity, and the globalization of business all play a role in more workers from different religious backgrounds meeting on the job. For many employers, it is only a matter of time before they face conflicts between religion and work. As an employee or as a boss, what do you do when this situation comes up in the workplace? Kabring Chang with some steps on addressing religious conflicts in the workplace

Kabrina Krebel Chang is the Clinical Associate Professor of Business Law and Ethics at Boston University. She spends a lot of time researching and collaborating with experts on new ways of innovating business strategies and education. Since 2007, the number of complaints for religious discrimination filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has risen significantly. It’s not hard to see why: An increase in immigrants of diverse faiths, greater workforce diversity, and the globalization of business all play a role in more workers from different religious backgrounds meeting on the job. For many employers, it is only a matter of time before they face conflicts between religion and work. As an employee or as a boss, what do you do when this situation comes up in the workplace? Kabring Chang with some steps on addressing religious conflicts in the workplace