David E. Guinn
davideguinn at HOTMAIL.COM
Tue Apr 9 08:45:39 PDT 2002
I don't think this is Goldman. UPS appears to have offered a reasonable accomodation (wear but cover.)
Dreadlocked UPS Driver Loses Religious, Racial Discrimination Claims
New York Law Journal
A United Parcel Service driver fired for refusing to cover his dreadlocks with a cap can't sue for racial and religious discrimination, a federal judge in New York ruled. U.S. District Judge Sidney H. Stein granted UPS' motion for summary judgment, finding the evidence sufficient for a jury to conclude that the company fired driver Charles Eatman for refusing to comply with the company's "appearance guidelines."
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