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I work for a catering company and today one of the managers forced me to shave or I couldn't work, so I complied. After returning from the restroom an hour later from clotting the cuts on my face from the cheap razor they supplied me, I noticed 3 other employees had facial hair ranging from a Goatee, Mustache, and a Chinstrap. None were asked to shave or forced to shave to work that day. The company has a no facial hair policy in a documented PDF file which I have. Is this legal?I also took pictures of the 3 other employees and their facial hair as proof they were working that day. Pictures are date/time stamped. The only explanation offered was that it is company policy. When I mentioned that other males had facial hair as well, the manager walked off and ignored my inquiry as to why I was the only one forced to shave. This particular manager also had multiple conversations with other employees (face to face contact) who had facial hair, while in my presence, and when I asked those particular workers at the end of our shift if this particular manager had made any mention to shave to them, they replied with a No.
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