A European court ruled Tuesday that employers can ban workers from wearing religious symbols.
That includes hijab and other head coverings worn by Islamic women, according to The Guardian.
However, a ban on head scarves and not other religious symbols would still be illegal in Europe. A blanket ban on religious symbols, including Christian crosses, Jewish yarmulkes and Sikh turbans can be allowed if companies want to avoid projecting a biased image. But no religious symbol can be singled out.