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A table summarising some of the clothing and appearance requirements of different religions and beliefs.
This week's case of the week, provided by DLA Piper, covers religious discrimination.
In Blaik v The Post Office (16 November 1993) EOR56D, the EAT rules that a complaint cannot be brought directly under the EEC Equal Treatment Directive where there is a sufficient remedy under the British Sex Discrimination Act 1975.
In Burrett v West Birmingham Health Authority (8 October 1993) EOR54D, the EAT rules that a female nurse was not treated less favourably by being required to wear a nurse's cap which she found demeaning, even though male nurses were not required to wear a cap.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to employee uniforms.