Does it say he can't share his beliefs, or does it say he can't say things that are offensive on social media?Sure it does have something to do with his religion.
If the contract states he cannot share his religious beliefs on social media, that is religious discrimination.
You can continue to be employed with us, so long as you don't share your religious views in public?
How is that not suppression/discrimination based on your religion?
The ARU have the right to dictate contracts within the bounds of workplace laws. Any contract stating you cant speak publicly about your religion would be breaking those laws.
You guys being wrong, does not automatically make me correct haha.
I was referring to people stating this was a simple situation by the way.
The best thing that can come from this, is the new laws that will state regardless of your religious beliefs you cant alienate any other group based on those beliefs, or something to that effect.
I will give Izzy this, he knows how to start a shitfight.