I disagree with that sentiment, however. Does physical attractiveness really influence hiring decisions, and do attractive candidates have a significant advantage over their less glitzy counterparts?
Trump cares about is that of the facility and the grounds. Clinic and the appointed doctor-trainer by Allergan Singapore. A similar bias applies to women with blonde hair. That same year, the Supreme Court ruled against the clothing company, stating a woman was denied a job there for wearing a hijab.
If the candidate was otherwise qualified, it may be difficult to show that bias or discrimination was not the basis for the decision. Even the best and brightest candidate looks better when groomed and dressed well. I would never suggest that anybody got their position based on looks — unless looks were an important part of the profile.
As a result, managers would choose attractive young women to work when Trump was visiting, as opposed to those more experienced or skilled. Personal appearance does not fall under the list of federal equal opportunity rights.
Height among CEOs Take, for example, the issue of men and height. We leave you with an appropriate quote: Bessie Braddock : "Sir, you are drunk.
The same might be said of actors who are probably hired to boost ratings, pop stars who are hired to sell records, or others who represent industries where looking good is a huge part of the equation.