California  |  Employment Law

Legal Question

Asked on: 1/28/13, 3:54 am

My friend recently applied for a job. The prospective employer learned she did not have a car and stated she could not be considered for the job. This was an office clerical job -- not a job which required her to drive in the performance of her duties. In this instance, is it legal for an employer to require that one "have a reliable car" to get to work?

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