Banning the Wearing of Religious Emblems in the WorkplacePosted in : Commercial Law for Employers on 13 October 2021 Issues covered: Discrimination and equality; Wearing of religious emblems; Policies and procedures.
Key Issues: Social Policy – Equal Treatment – Religion - Preliminary Ruling
Case: IX v WABE eV
Reference: Case C-804/18, CJEU (Grand Chamber), 15 July 2021
Legislation: Directive 2007/78/EEC
WABE runs a large number of child day care centres in Germany, in which more than 600 employees work and which cares for approximately 3,500 children. It is non-partisan and non-denominational.
WABE follows and wholly endorses the recommendations of the City of Hamburg (Germany) for the education of children in day care facilities, published in March 2012 by the Office for Employment, Social Affairs, Family and Integration of the City of Hamburg. Those recommendations state, inter alia,
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