Women can be sacked for wearing a hijab, highest EU court rules
The Daily Telegraph says women are allowed to be sacked by employers for refusing to remove their hijabs, Europe’s highest court has ruled.
EU judges decreed that businesses can ban employees from wearing a headscarf under certain conditions if they need to do so to project an image of neutrality to customers.
They were asked to make a judgment on two German cases after two female employees – one a cashier and the other a support worker for children with special needs – were threatened with suspension for wearing the hijab.
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