"No facial hair, no exceptions" causes EEOC to sue.

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A company with a "no facial hair" policy violated Title VII when it hired an EMT who could not shave his beard due to his religious beliefs and fired him when he refused to shave, alleges an EEOC lawsuit. The man asked for a religious accommodation, which was denied. Global Medical Response argue that respirators won't fit over facial hair. Another type of respirator permitted under federal law can be worn...

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