EEOC accuses Greyhound of discrimination based on religious garment

The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission accused Greyhound Lines Inc. of religious discrimination in a lawsuit Tuesday for failing to accommodate the beliefs of a bus driver. The Dallas-based company allegedly told a Muslim woman hired for a driver position at its Baltimore facility that Greyhound would accommodate her religious beliefs about modest dress, which required her ...

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