Health care workers: 100% have no issues with religious signs

The morning, the L’Association québécoise des établissements de santé et des services sociaux (Quebec Association of Health and Social Services Establishments- AQESSS) released a poll of its members. Sixty percent responded.

One hundred percent of respondents said that they do not encounter problems in the work place regarding religious signs even though they would welcome guidelines on issues dealing with accommodation, and gender equality.

However, they were concerned that prohibiting religious signs at work will negatively effect Quebec’s capacity to recruit and retain personnel.

http://www.aqesss.qc.ca/1773/Salle_des_nouvelles.aqesss?id_article=3162

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Categories: Charter of Values, Discrimination, Employment, Religious freedoms

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