Religion or belief in the workplace and service delivery: findings from a call for evidence

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Mitchell, M., Beninger, K., Donald, A., Howard, E. and NatCen Social Research 2015. Religion or belief in the workplace and service delivery: findings from a call for evidence. Equality and Human Rights Commission.
TitleReligion or belief in the workplace and service delivery: findings from a call for evidence
AuthorsMitchell, M., Beninger, K., Donald, A., Howard, E. and NatCen Social Research
Research GroupLaw and Politics
LanguageEnglish
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PrintMar 2015
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First published March 2015.
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