1. Should Mr. Polk and others be allowed to violate a
grooming policy on the basis of a religious proclamation on the sanctity of
dreadlocks? Why or why not? If you answer "yes," is there any point
where you would draw the line in terms of company policy regarding appearance
and the religious implications of dress?
2. Does FedEx have a right to impose a reasonable grooming
policy based on customer reactions to personnel appearances?