week 9 rel 212 discussion - Jan alleged that the harassment...

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Jan alleged that the harassment began when he converted to Sikhism in 2009. According to the EEOC- The managers at the store refused to let him wear a turban and a Kara, a bracelet, which are required for male Sikhs. He was also harassed and asked if he had joined al-Qaida and whether he was a terrorist. When customers referred to him as "Bin Laden" and made terrorist jokes, AutoZone did not intervene. When Burroughs complained and asked for an accommodation, he was fired. Did management do the right thing? Why or Why not? According to the information provided be the EEOC the manager did not do the right thing. I truly feel that Jan was discriminated by the manager, due to that fact Jan was already hired under the circumstances of what he had on during the hiring process. We all have the freedom of speech and to our own religion. In some cases, people may feel their lives are in danger when seeing someone who’s dresses like a terrorist and like Bin-Laden but I think we should have
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