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Federal agency sues Chipotle after Kansas manager allegedly ripped off an employee's hijab

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By CLAIRE RUSH

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For F&B industry is really nice to have someone that preparing your food to cover their hair so if they have employees that already covering their hair for religious reason, they already got it nicely without no extra enforcement for using extra head cap. However this manager just work in opposite way.

That victim got witness when that happened and already followed up with internal channel, which followed up by nothing with that company.

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9948689/Kansas-Chipotle-manager-fired-ripped-19-year-old-Muslim-workers-hijab.html

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Freak…no telling what else he’s been up to

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I have never eaten at a Chipolte restaurant. But only because there isn't one near me. Now I have another reason.

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I have never eaten at a Chipolte restaurant. But only because there isn't one near me. Now I have another reason.

It is just one restaurant in a very big chain. The food is good. It is Americanized but for some of us with sensitive stomachs that is a good thing. The food is flavorful but nothing is greasy or heavy like more authentic Mexican food.

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One red neck Kansan manager doesn’t make chipotle’s salsa bad.

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Good one QuantomGeek

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I have never eaten at a Chipolte restaurant.

Not terrible, but nothing special either.

Chipotle and Taco Bell are the McDonald’s and Burger Kings of Mexican food.

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