Achbita v G4S Secure Solutions NV

Headscarf ban at work was not direct discrimination
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An employer’s ban on staff wearing religious, political or philosophical symbols while on duty (in this instance an Islamic headscarf) was not direct discrimination. And even if it was, it could be justified as a ‘genuine and determining occupational requirement’, according to a preliminary opinion from the European Court of Justice.
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