HB 37, Employment Discrimination– Dress and Grooming Standards

HB 37 Summary: Establishing that the ability of an employer to establish standards concerning an employee’s dress and grooming that are directly related to the nature of the employment of the employee does not allow the employer to require or prohibit specific hairstyles or facial hair or prohibit an employee from wearing clothing or adopting modes of grooming based on sex.

House Bill

Post-Hearing Proposed Amendment 

General Assembly of Maryland Bill Summary and Session Information (link to General Assembly of Maryland website)