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Chipotle sued in US after manager allegedly rips off employee’s hijab

  • Chipotle is facing a lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging that the company violated federal civil rights law by discriminating against an employee based on her religion and creating a hostile work environment.
  • The employee claims that the assistant manager repeatedly harassed her by asking to see her hair and attempting to remove her hijab, which she refused. Chipotle is accused of failing to schedule her for shifts after she reported the incidents.
  • Chipotle's chief corporate affairs officer states that the company encourages employees to report concerns but will need to address the allegations made in the lawsuit. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission is seeking damages for the employee and the implementation of policies providing equal employment opportunities for all religions.
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