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La discrimination sur le lieu de travail : éléments pour une comparaison transatlantique

Abstract : Discrimination in the Workplace: Toward a Transatlantic Comparison - Must a legitimately profit-maximizing private firm cede to an employee’s right to dress as required by his or her religious beliefs? Does existing antidiscrimination legislation permit a decision prejudicial to that employee and determined by the employer’s anticipation and accommodation of negative responses toward her by clients? Taking into consideration relevant U.S. case law, the European Union Court of Justice, in its 2017 Achbita and Bougnaoui decisions, answered those fundamental questions by substantially weakening the ban on religious-based discrimination while concealing its underlying rationale.
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Daniel Sabbagh. La discrimination sur le lieu de travail : éléments pour une comparaison transatlantique. Droit et Société, 2019, 2019/2 (102), pp.319 - 332. ⟨10.3917/drs1.102.0319⟩. ⟨hal-03381096⟩

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