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EEOC backs Pentecostal restaurant employee who wished to wear skirt

November 13, 2018

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CWN Editor's Note: When the employee learned that the Mississippi restaurant “required servers to wear blue jean pants,” the plaintiff “notified the manager of her Apostolic Pentecostal religious belief that women should wear only skirts or dresses and asked to be allowed to wear a blue jean skirt”—an accommodation the restaurant denied.

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