How to Handle Visible Signs of Employees’ Religious BeliefsIdaho Statesman (2014)
Michael, who wears long hair because of his religious beliefs, applies for a job as a restaurant server. Alan, the manager, tells Michael that restaurant policy requires male servers to wear their hair short. Michael can have the job if he cuts his hair. Michael explains his religious belief and offers to wear his hair in a ponytail at work. If Michael refuses to cut his hair, can Alan decline to offer him the job?
Publication DateJune 18, 2014
Citation InformationSusan Park. "How to Handle Visible Signs of Employees’ Religious Beliefs" Idaho Statesman (2014)
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