Are we aware that employees and employers are not enemies, but work together to achieve the common good?
The Spanish government hopes to reduce the working week to 37.5 hours. But work is not the enemy, it is the conditions that do not allow for healthy growth and service, Christians say.
Vasile Safta, an evangelical, is the helper of a crew that won the competition four years in a row: “Through situations like this I can reflect my love for God”.
As Christians, we should be thoughtful and prudent. We are against abuse of any kind, but I am concerned that we do not filter our responses well these days.
160 people gathered in Barcelona to reflect on the need to prioritise Europe in the mission.
Female emancipation and the need to strengthen the economy are the arguments for the Dutch government to scale back the traditional workplace flexibility. Two Christian women explain why it might not be a good idea.
They gathered for the 11th Spanish national meeting to encourage each other to be professionals with a mission perspective.
The document launched by the government focuses on how religious expressions impact the relationships of co-workers.
Pedro Augusto Vidal, director of a Portuguese automation services company, shares his story and the principles that have driven his business.
A Spanish Christian trucker and entrepreneur shares about how his Christian faith impacted over 40 years of work experience.
Over 200 Romanian entrepreneurs gathered to reflect on how Biblical principles can be integrated into business, and to share common challenges.
A trade unionist, a business owner, and a theology of work expert analyse how to deal with the challenges of labour relations from a biblical perspective.
The Church can and should be a place where people can talk about the loss of their business, their frustration and confusion without being pressured to explain it.
Businessman Rubén García addresses the fast growth of the technology sector, the challenges of the current economic situation, and the importance of support among Christian business leaders.
How does the biblical Christian worldview actually fit into the complex area of labour relations between employers and workers? A trade unionist, a business owner, and a theology of work expert respond.
The book provides a searching and honest analysis of the deep challenges faced by the church today, and a clear and hopeful vision for where we go next.
A study by the Observatory for Religious Pluralism found that almost half of respondents, all from religious minorities, were discriminated against at work because of their beliefs.
The company failed to “reasonably accommodate the employee’s sincerely held religious beliefs” and will pay 44,000€, as well as train its managers on religious discrimination.
The judges ruled that the forced resignation over refusal to stop wearing a cross necklace was “unfair and discriminatory” and rejected that the objection had nothing to do with her beliefs.
A resolution of the Council of 47 European countries recommends to focus on sexual education, online protection and security, and strong regulation.
Data published by the National Council of Evangelicals in France (CNEF) paints a picture about how French Christians see their workplace.
October 18th is the EU Anti-Trafficking Day. The European Freedom Network has launched a new video focused on labour traffricking.
The Italian Evangelical Alliance expresses doubts about the “disproportionate restriction of fundamental freedoms”. Two pastors on the ground also express their doubts.
23 millions will risk being suspended of salary or paying a 1,500 € fine if they cannot prove they have been vaccinated, recovered from the virus or tested negative.
“Youth ministry has to work on areas such as excellence in life, a correct stewardship of time and resources, and a constant dependence on God that generates confidence in economic entrepreneurship”, says Marcos Zapata.