Via BBC News
A woman claims clothing firm Abercrombie & Fitch made her work in the stockroom because her prosthetic arm did not fit the shop’s image.
Riam Dean told an Employment Tribunal she felt “diminished” and “humiliated” by the incident at its Saville Row store in central London.
The 22-year-old law student is suing for disability discrimination and seeking up to £20,000 in damages.
The company said her portrayal of what happened was “inaccurate”. Continue Reading….
I think I remember hearing some time ago that Abercrombie & Fitch is a pretty shallow organisation. If you want them to hire you then you have to look a certain way.
‘The unattractive need not apply’
Anyway best of luck Riam.
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