IM kind of split. In a way i think she was a bit unreasonable if Disney didn't have bad intention but since we don't know the private conversation between her and he manager i feel lie it could've been more racist than e thikn, or she took it in a way that was like 'ok you can wear this symbol of your culture but in a different area where customers can't see you ' which is pretty shitty IMO. Her being a hostess too, its not like she's playing Cinderella i don't know how serious the dress code could be. But yeah she will probably lose or at the most get a lesser private compensation
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08-18-2012 09:48 PM #21
08-18-2012 09:55 PM #22
if open displays of religious identity are allowed - such as a necklace with a cross, a jew wearing a yarmulke, an sikh man wearing a turban - then the woman should be allowed to report to work wearing her headscarf. shouldn't the goal of a civilised society encourage diversity and exercise tolerance? we don't want you to look like that, we want you to look like us.
the olympics was received by billions ...at least we're a little more forward thinking across the pond
08-19-2012 05:39 AM #23
08-19-2012 02:38 PM #24
08-21-2012 06:49 AM #25
It's hard for me to speak on the issue, because I'm not remotely religious and can't necessarily put myself in her position, nor think of a situation in my work history that is comparable.
As an unrelated aside, I think it'd be cool as hell if she wore one'a those things with a Disney logo on it lolololololi know the kid with his guitar, so drunk and anxious has been
done to death, but tell me what hasn't, i'll try it.
because i'm selfish enough to wanna get better, but i'm
backwards enough not to take any steps to get there.