Tags: Workplace

Nurse and patient

Praying on the vulnerable

Posted: Fri, 24 May 2019 by Stephen Evans

A ruling that a nurse was not wrongly dismissed for repeatedly evangelising was unsurprising, says Stephen Evans. Healthcare professionals must be prepared to set aside their personal beliefs at work to protect patients. Read More »

Tags: Healthcare, Workplace, Christianity

Sister Sarah Kuteh: up steps the next so called victim of ‘Christian persecution’

Sister Sarah Kuteh: up steps the next so called victim of ‘Christian persecution’

Posted: Wed, 14 Dec 2016 by Stephen Evans

It has been another week in which we've seen Christians in the Middle East losing their lives to violence and persecution, but much media attention in the UK has instead focussed around the plight of a nurse, supposedly sacked for "offering to pray with her... Read More »

Tags: Healthcare, Christianity, Workplace

There is no widespread discrimination against Christians in the workplace

There is no widespread discrimination against Christians in the workplace

Posted: Fri, 13 Mar 2015 by Terry Sanderson

NSS president Terry Sanderson challenges the notion that Christians are widely discriminated against in the workplace, and calls for fairness, justice and common sense.

The Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC) has published the results of its research... Read More »

Tags: Christianity, 'Christianophobia', Equality & Human Rights, Workplace

The Christian Legal Centre makes another attempt to gain privileges for Christians in the workplace

The Christian Legal Centre makes another attempt to gain privileges for Christians in the workplace

Posted: Mon, 02 Mar 2015 by Terry Sanderson

The Christian Legal Centre's latest 'discrimination' claim follows a familiar pattern – but its use of dissembling tactics shouldn't be permitted to manipulate a change in equality laws, argues Terry Sanderson.

So, here we go again. Another evangelical... Read More »

Tags: Equality & Human Rights, Discrimination, Workplace

Chaos in the workplace will follow if this case succeeds

Chaos in the workplace will follow if this case succeeds

Posted: Mon, 21 Oct 2013 by Terry Sanderson

If an employer can reasonably accommodate religious requests without disrupting their business or disadvantaging their other staff, we have no objection. But if they can't, then employers should have the right to say "no" argues Terry Sanderson.

Just when you... Read More »

Tags: Equality & Human Rights, Workplace

Christian activists just won’t let it go

Christian activists just won’t let it go

Posted: Mon, 22 Apr 2013 by Terry Sanderson

By Terry Sanderson

You've got to give them full marks for sheer bloody-mindedness.

I'm talking about the paranoid Christian activists obsessed with the idea that they are being persecuted in the workplace. They have brought numerous cases to British courts to... Read More »

Tags: 'Christianophobia', Discrimination, Workplace

Employers must justify requiring Christians to work on a Sunday (and why that wasn’t the headline in the Telegraph)

Employers must justify requiring Christians to work on a Sunday (and why that wasn’t the headline in the Telegraph)

Posted: Fri, 11 Jan 2013 by Darren Newman

Next Tuesday the European Court of Human Rights rules on the cases of Eweida, Chaplin,Ladele and McFarlane. The case is likely to be quite complicated and I plan to read it very carefully and give it some serious thought before I write anything about it. After... Read More »

Tags: Law, 'Christianophobia', Discrimination, Workplace

Red tape is OK for Christians, it seems

Red tape is OK for Christians, it seems

Posted: Wed, 14 Mar 2012 by Rick

According to several news sites around the world, the British government is about to ban the wearing of crosses at work. Even the Scotsman, which I usually think of as a serious newspaper, screamed "Outrage at move towards banning Christian crosses from workplace".... Read More »

Tags: Equality & Human Rights, Workplace