As we know personal image is important in our industry. If an individual applied to work at your facility and was wearing his or her religious attire (yalmulke, scarf, turban) would that have an influence on whether your hired the individual or not? It is likely that no matter how someone presented him/herself, if they were a prospective customer, we would appreciate his/her patronage. Would applying for a position, described as above, at your facility be a game changer for you?
No I don’t believe that it should but that doesn’t mean that these individuals may be discriminated.
One way of expressing one’s religion is to wear religious jewelry and another is to wear clothing & head wear (scarfs, hijabs, turbans, yamakas etc.). Both are protected rights, in most cases.
There is actually a fitness studio that opened in my area that is ownedby a Muslim woman whi is a personal trainer “which offers a safe environment for women to exercise who also adhere to rules of modesty.