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There are also ethical considerations associated with this situation as well. As an employer there is a duty of care owed to all employees and thus any decision must be made objectively and not based on personal bias or prejudice towards any particular group. In addition, Shania needs to consider whether her actions create potential conflicts for other employees in the workplace which can result in an uncomfortable working environment for those affected.
Finally, from a biblical perspective it is important that everyone’s capabilities should be valued and respected regardless of one’s faith or lack thereof. The scripture states “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you” (Luke 6:31) which emphasizes treating others with kindness and respect while recognizing their worth even when we may disagree on matters such as religion.
In light of these issues Shania has several options moving forward including conducting further evaluations into both candidates’ skillsets before making her final decision; forming an impartial selection committee who can make recommendations about who should get promoted; providing additional job training opportunities for all staff members so that each person has equal chance at advancement.