Hajib observer not indirectly discriminated against
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Hussain v Midland Cosmetic Sales Ltd and others  ET/5204750/99 (0 other reports)
A Muslim woman who was required to remove her headscarf, which she wore in accordance with her religious beliefs, and replace it with protective headgear, was not indirectly discriminated against on grounds of race, holds a Birmingham employment tribunal (Chair: J van Gelder) in Hussain v Midland Cosmetic Sales Ltd and others.
Ms Hussain, a Pakistani Muslim, was employed as an agency worker by a recruitment agency, Tempstaff Ltd, in Summer 1999.