Achbita and another v G4S Secure Solutions  IRLR 466 ECJ
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Religious discrimination: Prohibition of visible signs of belief did not amount to direct discrimination
- 24 September 2017
In Achbita and another v G4S Secure Solutions  IRLR 466 ECJ, the ECJ held that an employer's rule prohibiting employees from wearing any visible signs of belief, including the hijab, did not amount to direct discrimination.
- 14 March 2017
The European Court of Justice 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.