Harrah's Case Study

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I agree with the majority 's opinion that decides Harrah’s has the right to deny Jespersen a bartender position based on the case presented.

Employers may establish a dressing code policy/standard that differentiates between men and women in appearance and grooming policies based on societal norms and legitimate business needs. Harrah’s operates in a state where its main revenues come from gambling and tourism. Harrah’s and other similar entertainment businesses are the main reasons that visitors and around the world flocked to the state known to its liberal laws and various entertainment options. Despite Bona Fide Occupational Qualifications (BFOQs) used as a legalized intentional discrimination, Harrah 's could reasonably argue that
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