It's enough to make an "onionhead" weep.
A few years ago, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued this employer -- who allegedly discriminated against, harassed, and retaliated against a number of employees who were Catholic, Lutheran, and "Nones" for not accepting the "religion" of Onionhead/Harnessing Happiness, which the company's owners and managers used as a "team-building" tool.
In 2016, the court denied the employer's motion for summary judgment (discussed in the old post linked above). The case just went to trial, and on Wednesday, a jury in Brooklyn awarded the employees $5.1 million. We don't know whether the company will appeal.
MORAL: Employers, don't impose your religious or, just to be safe, philosophical beliefs on your employees unless you are a sectarian organization.