- Jul 12, 2012
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- El Monte, California
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1. When does one first see a "dress code"? Not when she "applied for the job" like you stated:lol:I'm not refusing to see anything. She was arbitrarily seeking to ignore the dress code of the employer. She voluntarily applied for a job which she knew had a dress code that did not conform to her religious beliefs. You refuse to acknowledge this fact. She expects the company to accomodate her religious beliefs. Other than a law...why should they have to?
From someone who did not have the authority to make such an accomodation. The right thing for him to have done is to confirm that it was OK to do such a thing from his superiors.
He was just enforcing BK policy. Should he really be condemned for that?
2. How did she "ignore" the dress code? Source?
3. There you go trying to remove a key piece of this puzzle again. IT IS A LAW and/or regulation. As a condition for BK to do business in the USA, they must attempt to follow it or face litigation.
What is your point in trying to say, "Well why can't they, if it was not a law?" That is the very point of this whole thing:lol: