Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Muslim Teacher May Proceed With National Origin Hostile Work Environment Claim

Holland & Hart LLP, Lexology

A Turkish-born Muslim teacher claimed that her school had a culture of racial and ethnic hostility. The Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals (whose decisions apply to Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Kansas, Oklahoma, and New Mexico) recently ruled that her complaints of national origin discrimination may move forward, offering lessons in how to handle cultural differences in the workplace.

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