Religion & Business Interacting

Contributor: Mr. Panache

Religion & Business Interacting

Throughout history, has it been that religion and business interacted? Can we safely say that interactions have been impossible to note, embrace or even disentangle the potential interconnectivity and interdependence?

Well, the article starts with questions because we are trying to understand the role that religion and business play in society, and in a person’s life. As many in the recruitment sector would say hiring someone based on religion, or making religion the dominant factor in a private business, is a roadblock to talent acquisition and can open you up to being sued; we also need to acknowledge that we live in a world that is perceptive, it would only make sense for people to see perspectives differently whenever there are religious views interfering, interdepending or interconnecting with business.

Vividly, it becomes clear that religion is a sensitive subject for discussion and yet the most discussed. However, at this stage, it is not completely known which is the majority in terms of people who dislike or like mixing business with religion. Seemingly, there are people who are totally against the notion because they supposedly opine that it has the potential to cause problems that are not necessary. Honestly, the religion and business relationships would work best if practiced by the concept founders themselves such as Directors, Owners and Leaders.

The moment the discussion is brought into the workplace, discomforts may start developing and people may want to get their messages across. Many people may feel comfortable to be in a place where they can share beliefs and values without feeling as though they are shoving religious beliefs down other people’s throats. Many top executives also have something their believe, which they think affects the way they do business to an extent. To such business people, their beliefs are part of their brands and that certainly changes the way they operate their established concerns.

Aligning one’s beliefs and life’s approaches to biblical principles is never a wrong thing and should never be looked at as such. Pre-judging people is unacceptable, especially when based on religion and praises they sing for what they believe may have contributed to their successes. Whatever we do for life, religion or business, as people with or without experiences we are ought to not to be unpleasant or repulsive like pond scums misleading, confabulating confusion and disassociating the divine order that could shared some great learning, and light about things. As a write myself, in my work of writing I strive to share information on public domains, but I tactically go about what I make known so not to provoke people or come across as less than ethical; especially when my writing starts taking the religion, and philosophical perspective.

While religion is valuable, business relationships are also of significance. People want quality products at the right price and delivered as promised by each business out there that solicits them. Delivering on such, requires having reverence to some Higher Value System and embracing such ability demonstrates people's value for honesty and integrity, and not necessarily focusing all energies on printing bible verses on every communication to show authentic integrity.

While you may have a different discussion or argument, please do share.