ECJ: Employers May Ban Women From Covering Their Faces at Work Places
Employers may ban women from wearing garments covering their faces at the place where they work, ruled the European court of Justice (ECJ).
The magistrates pointed out that internal rules which impose bans on the wearing of religious symbols are not direct discrimination.
These rules do not violate the rules of the EU, ruled Luxembourg-based ECJ.
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