Indirect discrimination: religious dress ban for public-facing roles can be justified
This report relates to 1 case(s)
Achbita and another v G4S Secure Solutions  IRLR 466 ECJ (1 other report)
Achbita and another v G4S Secure Solutions  IRLR 466 ECJ
religious discrimination | Islamic dress | dress code
The European Court of Justice (ECJ) has held that a ban on religious dress that prevents a Muslim woman from wearing an Islamic headscarf when in contact with clients cannot be directly discriminatory, but is potentially indirectly discriminatory.