Can my employer require me to wear pants rather than a skirt?
An employee's religious beliefs conflict with her employer's uniform requirement.
My religious beliefs require women to dress modestly, and to wear skirts or dresses rather than pants. I work for a sporting goods store, and the owner recently decided that all employees would have to wear a uniform of black pants and a black and white striped referee's shirt. Can they force me to wear pants, even if it conflicts with my religion?