Would your business ever refuse to hire applicants with obvious missing, broken, or badly discolored teeth?

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Unless you run a dental practice, I can’t imagine why a fetching, toothy smile would be a job qualification. But, apparently, a large chain of gas/convenience stores has that policy.

In writing. (Although, there is an exception for people with a disability.)

I can only imagine the job interview:

Hey, job candidate. Your resume is impeccable. And you aced the gas pump and cash register tests. But I noticed you have a jacked-up set of teeth. Do you have a disability or just practice poor oral hygiene?”

Putting aside the awkward and potentially unlawful interview questions, there’s a bigger

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