posted on Mar, 15 2017 @ 01:07 PM
a reply to: DerBeobachter
First they came for the employees...
only the ones who had the audacity to think that their wages should be enough to provide a halfway decent living!!
I find it kind of puzzling, you have no problem with them banning religious items.. but don't believe that the should be allowed to ban political
items? meanwhile there are companies out there, at least here in the state the will tell you what color pair of pants to wear, provide you with their
shirts to wear, or, provide both pants and shirts. there are probably still some that are demanding that women wear high heels even. and, there are
even some who will ban all types of jewelry... because it happens to pose a danger on production lines.
the employers seem to have quite a bit of freedom in this area.
have a question about the "burkas" though, which by what I read extends over to headscarves..
so, let's say you have an employee who just had surgery that required a good bit of hair to be shaved off, is anyone going to enforce a ban on head
scarves on her, really? I kind of think that if they did, they might find that a number of female employees would be having a head shaving party
after work in solidarity for the person or something.. but if an exception was made for her, then one would have to ask, why would her need to be
able to wear be deemed more worthy than another person's freedom to practice their religion? a head scarf is a head scarf, and they come in many
forms by the way.