To me, nationality and religion need two different perspectives.
Nobody should be denied a job because of their nationality...however, if they can barely speak a word of English and the job requires fluency, people have to understand that it's a problem of skill, not a discrimination.
Where religion is concerned, the subject, in most cases should never even come up...however, an atheist should not be applying for a job at a Christian bookstore...a place that sells books to those who want to learn more about God doesn't need the risk of an atheist trying to interfere in their business.
Its illegal. you can sue for discrimination. Get a lawyer.
On a the bright side, here's a funny fact,
Did you ever hear about the guy who sued hooters because he wanted to be a waiter and they said no? funny article, hooters finally let him, but said he had to wear the uniform. he backed out.
Discrimination at it finest but I think no employers or companies are foolish enough to voice to the potential job candidates they are being rejected for advertised positions due to their nationality/religion….The legal ramifications and penalties would be too serve for these businesses.
If the employer does it, I'm pretty sure it is againgst the law. You might be able to sue because you have amendment rights, don't forget those!
THAT SUCKS!!! But still feel lucky, much lucky to be rejected, instead of working with those racist people!!!
I would be angry. I would probably end up calling them bad names, then get kicked out of the store.
I would be perty angry and probobly would get help for this so he can't do this to other people.
I'd be insulted and angry. I would contacted the newspaper and a lawyer. Its discrimination.
i'll yell at them saying "im going to report you to the STATE!" hehehehe that is not fair..
Uhm I'd call a lawyer because it is illegal?
** severe** not *serve*