June 12th, 2018 by hrsimple
So, the choices are wear a bra or be unemployed? Karla Miller, in her Washington Post "Workplace Advice" column, says you can define what is workplace appropriate "as long as they’re [you, the employer] not imposing unlawfully discriminatory rules on members of different sexes, faiths or races; denying reasonable accommodations for medical or religious needs; or basing their requirements on gender stereotypes or assumptions, they [again, you, the employer] can define what’s appropriate for their workplace."
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