Wearing religious symbols: what are nurses’ rights?
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Wearing religious symbols: what are nurses’ rights?

Daniel Allen Health journalist

When a cross, a hijab or a kara may be permitted at work, and when uniform policy banning such items may breach your right to practise or adhere to your faith

The employment tribunal judgement runs to 98 pages, but just ten words form the key content: ‘The claimant was constructively dismissed and the dismissal was unfair.’

Nursing Standard. 37, 4, 14-16. doi: 10.7748/ns.37.4.14.s11

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