Most people in worklplace environments feel like whatever a person believes or doesn't believe about certain situations is that person's business. A large number of people in the corporate world feel like, "To each his own," and try not to get involved in controversial topics (religion, politics) one way or the other. That being said, are there any cases where a person's moral views would hinder you from working with them?
In more intimate situations like between a boyfriend and girlfriend, husband and wife, differing ethical views can matter a lot more and they can cause relationhsip problems because those issues might be discussed openly and freely, and therefore be more prone to critiscism from either side, but in a professional environment those issues might not always be at the forefront of conversation. However, if for some reason certain issues did become a topic of conversation in the workplace and you found out certain things about co-workers' views that just didn't sit right with you, are there issues that are so important to you that you would walk away from that job?
Narrowing it down to a smaller scale, if you had a long time business partner and it was just the two of you who were engaged in a particular business venture, and one day you found out that your partners' way of thinking about very important issues was diametrically opposed to yours, would you be able to continue with that business relationship? Would your sense of ethic and moral responsibily to your own values kick in to the point where you would have to walk, or ultimately would money rule the day?