Abercrombie And Fitch
Abercrombie & Fitch claimed applicant's attire conflicted with company dress code
The Supreme Court is considering the discrimination claim of a woman who was turned down for a job after she arrived at her interview in a headscarf. Continue Reading
It's just the latest slap to the retailer over its "Look Policy."
A judge ruled that Abercrombie discriminated against the Muslim teen when she was fired for wearing a head scarf on the job. Continue Reading
Fourteen-year old Shelby Buster says she was told to leave the store.
Fourteen-year old Shelby Buster says she was told to leave the store. Continue Reading
Like many part-time employees, Bintou Kamara would like to work more hours. Employed as a cashier at a flagship Ambercrombie & Fitch store in midtown Manhattan, Kamara, 22, says that she works as few as five hours a week and is paid $9 an hour. Kamara's predicament is made all the more difficult by a... Continue Reading