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I'm just glad I live in a right to work state.

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That is funny, I read an artical about a casino who lost a suit over two employees (cocktail waitresses) who became pregnant. The casino offered them employment at the cash regeature until they could regain their physical fitness. No loss to benefits, only a flat paycheck. (cocktail waitresses get tips)

The court ruled in the waitresses favor.

Ironically I actually would have voted in favor if the casino for a multitude of reasons. 1) the floor can become dangerious for a pragnant woman... Fall and the baby may sustain damage. 2) roudy costumers causing the above. 3) excess weight on her body can cause additional health risk. 4) the casino tried to work with the waitresses. 5) lets face it, wearing a tinny dress which exposes your mid-drift is selling sex. There exist only a small number if people into the pragnant woman thing.

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Sorry Jennifer. Perhaps she would like to defend me in court for why I can't get a job as a stripper.

Windermere FL
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There's always Hooters

;^D

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"Jennifer Rogers, 20, looked great on paper for a job at the Tilted Kilt, a sports bar in Palm Desert, Calif. She made it through the application process and did well in her interviews, but when she went to try on the restaurant's uniform, she encountered a problem.

"Because the skirt was a size too small, they said that I could not work there," Rogers told KESQ News. "I couldn't wear the uniform."

Rogers was denied a position at the Tilted Kilt based on a federal law that allows companies to deny employment to individuals that do not fit their brand image, according to KESQ. By hiring waiters and waitresses as entertainers instead of servers, restaurants are legally permitted to not hire applicants that don’t match the job's physical requirements. The Titled Kilt goes as far as calling the company uniform a “costume,” ABC News reports.

“Kilt Girls are the cornerstone of the Tilted Kilt brand,” Tilted Kilt’s corporate office stated in a release obtained by ABC News. “Tilted Kilt specifically hires females for the role of the Kilt Girl who fit our profile, which includes being attractive, intelligent and having outgoing personalities."

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