On the contrary, others provide that religion provides a foundation for moral growth. Family upbringing is also a factor to consider in the realm of morals by questioning if it takes the place or provides superior morals than that of what religion does. When discussing morality, people must also consider if religion and morality are separable. The discussion on if morality needs religion may continue, but for now religion is essential for morality. Some might argue that morality is inessential for the growth of an individual 's morality, but when one considers religion as a guide to morality, the argument for the importance of religion in morality becomes more clear.
To be sure, there is much room for growth in the area of religious discrimination in the modern workplace environment, particularly in the HR realm. In her article, Leila Canaan Messarra discusses, at length, how the values that individuals have before taking on a job begin to heavily impact their actions and behaviors within the workplace. The goals of this paper include shedding light on how religious diversity in the workplace can be beneficial, yet is often not a focus. Rather, in fact, the exact opposite is often true, and individuals are discriminated based on their
Religious life is set in that way that defines appropriate and inappropriate behavior. Religion has played a role on the entire civilization. Its identity is very important in the world, which is shaped between eight major civilizations such as, Western, Confucian, Japanese, Islamic, Hindu, Slavic-Orthodox and Latin America. Strong difference, which lies among this civilization, is religion, where conflicts and violence occur among sates and groups within. In addition, the record of history
Today spirituality at workplace does not have link with any specific religion but it has its own values and philosophy (Cavanagh, 1999; Mitroff and Denton, 1999). Spirituality has different meaning and has different contents in different religions. Christian’s view for spirituality is “call for work”. For Hindus “working with utmost devotion
All religions have values (usually to do good, and to avoid wrong) which further influences positive decision making amongst religious people. An example of this would be the 10 Commandments which play a big role in the lives of Cristian 's and how they should live. Most people 's behaviors is influenced by what they believe to be cultural norms and values, therefor cultural values play a big role in influencing people 's decisions. If someone were to value traits like honesty or integrity (for example) their decisions will be made based around these traits, as apposed to someone who doesn 't value these
RELIGION CAUSES MORE HAARM THAN GOOD TO SOCIETY Religion according to the oxford dictionary is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power especially a personal God or gods. Every human being in one way or the other belongs to a particular religion. Since religion makes us worship one God then it should be binding all of us. Actually it is not, it rather tears people apart day in and day out .It is true that religion has influenced society positively in diverse ways, but the bad outweighs the good. Thus I think religion causes more harm than good to the society.
Indeed, some profession said that religion is completely different from the morality. However, the religion always require a high morality. Even the thoughts are restricted by the values of church and bible, not just the behaviors. Comparing with the nowadays community, the values of catholic church seems too traditional. in this global changing atmosphere that different issues such as same-sex marriage start to be respected and accepted, the catholic church resist on the opposition stand.
Therefore, it becomes a crucial factor to be studied. Religion has a crucial role in every single individual’s live by shaping their beliefs, knowledge and attitude. Another researcher known as Kotler (2000) believes that religion is part of culture which is able to shape people’s behaviour. Moreover, religion also has restricted and non-restricted things in which affect customer’s decision. Bodily, all previous studies positively supported that certain values of religion which is hold by an individual are able to influence their action and decision (Rehman & M.S.
For example, people worship a tree or a rock because they associate the supernatural element to that particular object. However, in certain cases like Buddhism and Confucianism have no concept of supernatural but still there was reverence for certain things and people which they considered sacred. According to Emile Durkheim, “religion differs from private belief in that it is something eminently social.” He described religion as “unified system of beliefs and practises relative to sacred things.” The sociological study of religion is different from a religious or theological study of religion in many ways. One, it conducts empirical studies of religion functions in society and its relationship with other institutions. The researches is not judgemental towards religious phenomena.
However religion is not a basis for arriving at dependable standards of ethics, any more than the law is. Moral character is said to be shaped by education, family and church before an individual is employed at an organization. This could be possible in an ideal world but in the real world, moral development is an unsolved problem at church and at work. Religion is of no much help today than it was before when membership in a sect encouraged conventional moral behavior. With the emergency of different sects and also divergence of churches from new lifestyles, it means that we cannot rely on religious coaching and teachings to equip business managers against workplace temptations.