Faith@Work is not only a growing movement within Fortune 500 companies (see REDI Index), it is also a topic of scholarly study. For example, RFBF has contributed chapters to three recent Routledge publications:
- — Corporate Religious Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion as Covenantal Pluralism (Brian Grim & Kent Johnson), Chapter 17 in The Routledge Handbook of Religious Literacy, Pluralism, and Global Engagement
- — Religious Literacy About Religion and Religious Diversity is Important for Business (Brian Grim), Chapter 18 in Reimagining faith and management: The Impact of Faith in the Workplace
- — Religious Literacy in Business (Brian Grim & Paul Lambert), in Religious Literacy Across the Professions
Authors of books related to faith@work movement will be joining us at our May 23-25, 2022, Faith@Work National ERG conference Dare to Overcome, including David W. Miller, Ph.D., Director of Princeton University’s Faith & Work Initiative, who is revising his classic God at Work (Oxford University Press) in light of the growing multi-faith workplace engagement.
Also, Rear Admiral Alan Baker (US Navy, ret.), 16th Chaplain of the Marine Corps, will keynote our special corporate chaplaincy track with insights from his seminal book Foundations of Chaplaincy: A Practical Guide (Eerdmans). Chaplains of various faiths and denominations provide compassionate ministry of presence in some of America’s largest corporations, including American Airlines, Tyson Foods, and Coca-Cola Consolidated, all sponsors of our May 23-25 conference.
If your company would like to participate in the 2022 REDI Index, email and/or learn more here.