Ideally, yes - though I feel this way primarily because religion is a strong expression of respecting human beings more generally. It's not just about religion, in other words, but more about generally having healthy interpersonal relationships. and treating others well.
In the place where I work, we're a team. In spite of the unfortunate hierarchical structure imposed on us by human resources. We cover each other when life happens, whether it's to take time off for religious observances, take a pet cat to the vet, help a spouse who slipped on the ice, or whatever. There's a recognition of each other as human beings that is just... very lacking in much of the workforce. And that's sad. People aren't treated as people, but disposable commodities. Cogs in the machine. Of course such a system wouldn't care to respect religious observances. Or taking time off for bereavement. Or for getting ill oneself, even. These should be basic things that are just granted and worked around... a recognition of our common humanity and that life happens and should be lived.
I hear some other countries do better about these things than the United States does. But here, it... there's disproportionate power held by the employers. That's shifted a little since the pandemic disruptions, but unions still haven't strengthened up enough to fully resolve these things. Signs are good that workers are getting sick and tired of being treated like cogs, though and unionizing more. That'll be good for religious accommodations, sick leave, adequate pay, mental health, and more.