Black Money Business Jobs : Employers Can Refuse To Hire A Person With Dreadlocks, Court Says

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  1. Bootzey

    Bootzey Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    I don't think this is fair..... But Would you want to work somewhere where they had this closet racist side?
     
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    Professional and neat are subjective.
     
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    After reading more about this case, I had to remove my last post. I agree, the law is discrimination.
    Our hair is a part of us no matter the style. Because of the texture of our It will lock on its own, imo that make our hair immutable.
    The company/bank I worked for was more concerned with professional work ethics, than hair. Maybe that's because I didn't work with customers. I worked in Recon.
    The tellers wore natural hairstyles.
    This is only one company. I'd be interested to know if other corporations adopted this policy after the ruling.
     
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    The is the young lady. Dont know who 'this guy is.

     
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    I do agree with what this:

     
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    white people loc their hair too. It's nasty. I wouldn't hire a white person with locs.
     
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    Nope, I wouldn't want to work there. I'd rather sue the heck outta them.

    *smile*
     
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    Yes, I have a "back office" career too. But, I can pick up work whenever I want. My son is still in college, but he has also worked in 3 different 5 star restaurants as a server. So, I'm kinda confused about this ruling. I had thought people had got over the dreadlock stuff, generally. Of course, you must keep them kempt, but that goes for any hairstyle.

    I wonder if employers are going to all of sudden demand people to cut their locs off. Whoa!!!
     
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    Nope. I disagree. If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything.

    AA women shouldn't have to damage their hair to fit in. We shouldn't have to burn our hair up, and we shouldn't have to put lye in our hai, our body's and bloodstream, and/or the body's of our unborn children. Nope. Not fair.
     
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