Can an employer make a women wear a dress or feminine clothing? Or, is it discrimination?
12. Can an employer make a women wear a dress or feminine clothing? Or is it discrimination?
In an important U.S. Supreme Court case known as Price Waterhouse, the Court ruled that discrimination based on gender stereotyping is illegal sex discrimination under Title VII. In Price Waterhouse, the employer delayed a female employee's promotion, in part based on evaluation comments describing her as "macho" and advising her to "take a course in charm school." This woman was treated ...
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