denied employment because she wore a headscarf which violated the companys look

Denied employment because she wore a headscarf which

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denied employment because she wore a headscarf which violated the company’s “look policy”. The case from what I understand reversed several times from favoring Elauf, then Abercrombie, and then ultimately favor rested on Elauf after the Supreme Court ruled on her behalf. I’m not a hundred percent sure where I stand on this matter. With the company’s face as I described above in mind, why would a devout Muslim seek employment at such a place? But, people of all race, color, and religion are free to seek employment where they desire. According to Collins, the reason for the headscarf was not discussed nor was an accommodation requested during the interview (2015). I can only believe the interviewer and the applicant were acquainted well before the interview and plotted the path the interview would take resulting in a desired outcome that would lead to a relatively small cash settlement but a monsoon of media coverage. As for the actions
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  • Fall '19
  • Supreme Court of the United States, Abercrombie & Fitch

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