Recently, the US State Department acknowledged the role of faith in international relations by establishing an Office of Religious Engagement. Another place where our awareness of religious issues in civil life is evolving is the workplace – where Americans spend a large number of their waking hours and have many of their daily interactions. The 2013 Survey of American Workers and Religion  from the Tanenbaum Center  and the Public Religion Research Institute contains a wealth of information about how American workers experience religious accommodation on the job, and how that experience informs everything from job satisfaction to individual career plans. The Tanenbaum Center’s CEO, Joyce Dubensky will join us to discuss how workers experience religion in the workplace.

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