A Muslim woman who accused her former employer of religious discrimination lost her case this week before the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.
Chantal Hamel said she was fired after six days at a Vancouver call centre because she wears a head scarf and her religion prevents her from shaking hands with male colleagues.
RSVP Customer Care said she was fired because she completed just five sales in 31 hours. A tribunal member tossed out the case, saying there was no sign of religious discrimination. [Link]
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