Defining Grooming Standards In The Workplace: Rights And Responsibilities

Webinar: ID# 1021658
Recorded CD
About This Course:
Employers would like their employees to look presentable, while employees may have their own ideas about how they wish to look at work.

Federal laws may restrict employers' ability to impose grooming standards, if they would intrude on employee rights under the religious and disability accommodation statutes, or the race and sex discrimination statutes.

This webinar provides the information you need to advance legitimate employer interests while respecting employee rights. You will learn about the rights provided by federal law, and how those rights affected grooming standards in actual cases litigated in court.

Your speaker will explain the obligations that employees have to their co-workers and to the employer's customers, and how to implement a grooming standards policy in your workplace.


  • Employers Want Uniformity
  • Employees Want to Be Themselves
Employee Rights
  • Religion
  • Disability
  • Race
  • Gender
Employee Obligations
  • To Co-Workers
  • To Customers
Implementing a Grooming Policy
About The Presenter

Calvin R. House, Esq.
  • Partner in the office of Gutierrez, Preciado & House, LLP, located in Pasadena, CA
  • Practice emphasizes all aspects of employment law
  • Conducts regular seminars and workshops on numerous on wage and hour law, FMLA and other leave statutes, discrimination, retaliation and workplace harassment
  • Member of the California State Bar and ABOTA, the nation’s preeminent trial lawyer organization
  • J.D. and B.A. degree, Columbia University
Defining Grooming Standards In The Workplace: Rights And Responsibilities
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