Ultra-Orthodox Jewish adas Goldfarb, paramedic Presbyterian hospital new York, has filed a lawsuit against their employers, prohibiting her to wear a skirt, and accuses them of discrimination on the basis of faith.
About it reports on Thursday, may 25, the Jewish news Agency JTA.
In a civil lawsuit filed on Tuesday in the Supreme court of the County of kings, 26-year-old native of Brooklyn reports that she was offered this job in 2015, and then fired in connection with the refusal to comply with a dress code that requires women to come to the hospital solely in the pants. Adass considers his dismissal as «revenge for the fact that she doesn’t want to compromise the demands of religion.»
Recall that the laws of Judaism are demanding that religious Jewish women dress in long skirts and comply with several other rules in relation to appearance. Today, Goldfarb works in another hospital, and her claim was approved and recommended for submission to the court, the Commission for equal employment opportunities.