Does my coworker have a right to proselytize at work?
Employers must accommodate their employee's religious beliefs, but not at the expense of other employees.
One of my coworkers is an evangelical Christian. She is constantly trying to talk about her beliefs with other employees, asking them to attend her Church, telling them that they must be saved by Jesus Christ, and so on. I am not religious, and I don't want to have these conversations. I have asked her to please stop, and she told me that her religion requires her to profess her faith and try to save others. She keeps telling me that she is praying for me, explaining that I'll be damned for eternity if I don't accept Jesus as my savior, and leaving pamphlets on my desk. She approaches me numerous times a day, even in the restroom! Isn't there anything I can do about this?