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A B.C. woman who claimed to have a skin condition was fired from a McDonalds for refusing to wash her hands. She subsequently filed a human rights complaint against them with the B.C. Human Rights Commission.
The B.C. Human Rights Tribunal ordered that McDonald's pay her not only $23,000 for "lost income", but an additional $25,000 for her "dignity and self-respect". You see, in B.C. a food preparation worker's self-respect trumps a company's commitment.
Originally posted by lnaphx
If it was bad enough, she could have gotten a doctor's note and requested gloves of some kind, but she didn't, was a slob, and for all I know, wanted to get fired and make easy money.