Wednesday, October 5, 2016

Employer Wins Dreadlocks Deadlock

Three Things To Know About Latest Court Decision

A federal appeals court recently ruled that a woman rejected from a job because she refused to cut her dreadlocks could not proceed with a race discrimination claim against the employer. The decision highlights the distinction between individual expression and inherently racial characteristics in the context of race discrimination claims under Title VII.

Read the three things you need to know about the September 15, 2016 decision in EEOC v. Catastrophe Management Solutions here.

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