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Employee
hiring screening



 



To
determine common sense of potential employee’s when it comes to appropriate and
inappropriate religion related talk at work.



 



Please
determine if the following statements or actions are either appropriate or inappropriate
for the workplace



 



#1    Our family church had a BBQ picnic over the
weekend and the food was great



 



#2    Wearing a necklace with a cross to work



 



#3     Wearing a necklace with a knife, gun or other
violent weapon to work



 



#4    Our family mosque had a BBQ picnic over the
weekend and the food was great



 



#5    Our family church had a BBQ picnic over the
weekend and the food was great because we prayed before cooking it and god
blessed it



 



#6   We just sent our new product to Consumer
Reports for review, please pray for a good review.



 



#7    Thank
the lord we got a 5-star review of our new product



 



#8    Thank Allah we got a 5-star review of our
new product



 



Correct
answers



 



#1  This is appropriate. No reason to withhold the
fact or location that you had a great family picnic



#2   No, wearing a necklace with a murder weapon
is not appropriate



#3   No, wearing a necklace with a murder weapon
is not appropriate



#4   This is appropriate. No reason to withhold the
fact or location that you had a great family picnic



#5   Stating that you had a great family picnic
over the weekend and the location of which is not inappropriate, however
explicit detail that a religious power enhanced the quality of food is not.



#6   Voicing and expecting a religious power to
mind control editors at Consumer Reports is not work appropriate



#7    Thanking a religious power for the result
of hard work by company employee’s not only could insult coworkers by implying
that their skilled hard work was not the reason the product did well but also
brings up specific religious beliefs that are not uniform for everyone



#8     Thanking a religious power for the result
of hard work by company employee’s not only could insult coworkers by implying
that their skilled hard work was not the reason the product did well but also
brings up specific religious beliefs that are not uniform for everyone

 



This document was made
07-15-2011 by Ara Tidwell. This document may be edited and used in any way
without prior permission. Optional credit requested but not required if
re-published.





Ara Tidwell

http://www.facebook.com/aratidwell

http://1fastbiker.abcz8.com

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The "correct" answer for number 2 is in error.  A cross was, at the time of its pertinence, a tool of execution by the state.  For a killing to be murder it must be specified as illegal under pertinent laws (of the time and place).  A state-carried-out execution surely does not qualify, therefore, as murder.

 

Crucifixion is no longer in use as a method of execution, however; so, objecting to it on those grounds is at best an anachronism and at worst grasping at straws.  Objecting to an electric chair necklace, however, I could understand--or one featuring a guillotine, a noose, or gallows.  An iron maiden, as they're called, though, would probably be okayish.  Maybe.

 

But otherwise, I like it.

funny -- i like that.

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