Employers decide what they will pay an employee in wages and benefits, not the government. That's not what a federal government is for.<quoted text>
How about corporate sponsored religion in politics? You ok with that? Seeing how it doesn't mention abortion or birth control in the Holy Bible, which is what Christianity is founded on, what religion EXACTLY is Hobby Lobby injecting into a corporate agenda? Let's flip that coin. My religion says I can't work on Monday. I'm sure the corporations will respect my religious beliefs and never schedule me for that day...right? Sure they would. Anyway. As I have explained to you before, unions are flawed but allowing the corporations to choose what is best for us has never worked out for the middle class, working man. You know this. You are just high on boss man's ass crack.
Wages and benefits are discussed during the interview process. It is then up to the applicant to accept or decline a possible job offer.
Most if not all religions view abortion as murder. Therefore if an employer is forced by the government to participate in those murders, he, she, or they have every right to object. The federal government should not be allowed to force a person(s) to participate in an activity against their creed. Why is that so hard to understand?
As for companies respecting an employees religion, yes, it does happen from time to time:
updated 3/18/2007 12:14:18 AM ET
MINNEAPOLIS Muslim cashiers at some local Target stores who object to ringing up products that contain pork are being shifted to other positions where they dont need to, the discount retailer said Saturday.
The Star Tribune reported this past week that some Muslim cashiers at local Targets had declined to scan pork products such as bacon because doing so would conflict with their religious beliefs. They would ask other cashiers to ring up such purchases, or sometimes customers would scan those items themselves, the newspaper reported.