The Philadelphia Inquirer features insights from FisherBroyles employment partner Eric B. Meyer on an unusual (and now controversial) hiring policy.Jan 30, 2023
- Employment Law
- FisherBroyles News
A large convenience store chain is reviewing its policy that “applicants with obvious missing, broken, or badly discolored teeth (unrelated to a disability) are not qualified for employment” after a reporter started inquiring about it.
FisherBroyles employment partner Eric B. Meyer comments on the problems with this “smile policy” and the hidden discrimination liability that neutral policies in general may create for employers.
You can read the full article quoting Eric here.
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