BA ‘did not pick on’cross-wearer
Posted: 10 Jan 2008 @ 00:00
A BRITISH AIRWAYS employee, Nadia Eweida, this week lost her case for religious discrimination against the airline. Ms Eweida took voluntary unpaid leave because, as part of a uniform policy, she was asked to remove a cross she wore around her neck (News, 24 November 2006). After pressure from the Archbishop of York, among others, British Airways relented and changed its code, but challenged Ms Eweida’s claim that its treatment of her ...
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