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originally posted by: FlyersFan
Employers have a right to establish a dress code. They don't have a right to infringe upon religious beliefs. That is why they can say that you can't wear your baseball cap at work while others can wear their yamaka.
originally posted by: AutumnWitch657
I'm guessing this wasn't a make or break policy issue for the OP and just a question of equal rights on a minor level. a reply to: Bone75
originally posted by: DumpMaster
a reply to: TerryMcGuire
Hey, sorry, it was all at the same job so I thought it was just an interesting point. Lots of them were wearing hats too.. Just saying.
I never said anything about race either, because we are all the same race, human being. The thing said visual minority. I mentioned skin color, but I could have also said I wear glasses. Most people don't wear glasses, so I would be a minority, and it's visual both in terms of you can see it, and also actually visual.. heh.
I was just recently reminded of this type of thing so it brought a memory back. In the end, it is the employer saying you guys over there in that group, you can wear hats, and you guys over there, you are not allowed.
I personally don't wear hats, but was offended by someone telling me I couldn't because I didn't belong to a religion.
originally posted by: IkNOwSTuff
Become a Patafarian and you can wear a collander on your head.
Its already had a court precedent set so your boss cant say S##T!!!!
Thatll teach to em make BS rules
The Flying Spaghetti Monster is real!!!!!