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Dress code guidance to be published to end legal battles

Guidance to be published by the Government Equalities Office in May 2018, partly in response to a report published in 2017 by the Women and Equalities Committee, setting out concerns for workers affected by discriminatory dress codes, will state that employers should be flexible in drawing up dress codes for employees and that companies must not prohibit religious symbols that do not interfere with an employee's work.

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Category: Employment » Religious discrimination. Keyword(s): Dress codes. Area(s) of law: Employment.
Source: Sunday Telegraph.

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