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Religious discrimination: Customer's reluctance to accept services of hijab-wearing employee not genuine and determining occupational requirement

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In Bougnaoui and another v Micropole SA [2017] IRLR 447 ECJ, the ECJ held that an employer in France could not use the reluctance of a customer to deal with any worker wearing an Islamic headscarf to defend the dismissal of a Muslim worker because she wore the hijab.