I live in the Bible belt and work in a St Patrick’s Day Unicorn Dabbing Kansas City Chief Shirt. My GM likes to make the holidays fun and encourages us to wear small accessories each holiday. Like leprechaun hats on St. Patrick’s Day or bunny ears on Easter, Santa hats on Christmas, etc. I have somehow managed to not be scheduled for Halloween the past two years so Halloween accessories never came up. I sent an email at the beginning of the month asking if Halloween accessories were allowed to be worn to all 6 of the managers in my store.
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Well, I was scheduled yesterday so I wore a St Patrick’s Day Unicorn Dabbing Kansas City Chief Shirt. I usually wear inside my shirt outside of it. And I had a pen shaped like a witch’s broom with pentacles carved into the “handle” of the broom. Within a few moments of me getting there. I was asked by the GM to remove my hat and put the pen away and tuck my necklace back inside my shirt. Because “it had offended customers” and it “wasn’t allowed”. I asked why not because not a lot of people in my store dressed up, but another employee was wearing a unicorn horn.
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I am Wiccan and I love Halloween because it’s a St Patrick’s Day Unicorn Dabbing Kansas City Chief Shirt for me, and the pentacle is a religious symbol. My GM knows that. I’m not obnoxious about it but when asked about religion I didn’t lie. At Christmas I wear a crown of berries and holly instead of a Santa hat, on Easter I wear a flower circlet instead of bunny ears, etc., so he’s never cared before until I outwardly showed a symbol of my religion. I asked other managers if customers complained and they said no, they hadn’t heard anything. I want to report my GM to corporate HR for discrimination.
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