Well, that would of course be your decision to take. I must say Im impressed by your attitude, it must require some serious guts; seeing that there is very few medium to larger companies in the world you would be able to work with in that case.
Im wondering how big the difference in the views a person have about this is depending where they are from (North America, Europe, Asia etc)?
While I for example know this case would not make any hassle in Norway, I can think of other examples that would.
Example: I read in the news a while back that Wal-Mart is removing the overtime payment on Sundays for new employees. Im certain its made some newspaper headlines in US as well but its still legal (at least I assume it is, since a large company as Wal-Mart does it) so there is only the media negitivity impact. While in Norway and most countries in Europe this is illigal by law.
Do anyone know what the average opinion about this would be in US (or any other country for that matter)?
And would the opinion be different if the case was turned around and the person was from a different religion? I.e. same problem, just slightly different angle.
That is a very good point, its vital that you follow the laws your bound to, else this could turn very expensive.
Do anyone know about any case like this that has gone to the court system? Dont matter in which country, would just be interesting to see how different countries handle this.