The EEOC didn't force the company to "hire" these women. They ruled that the basis of their termination was illegal under existing law, and that they should be reinstated. The headline is a clumsy deceit.
I'll wager that at Dulles Airport, Argenbright was either a contractor with the Federal Government or in some other way subject to the diversity requirements and regulations that all contractors accept when they do business with the federal government. The women no doubt wore the headdresses to interviews, probationary training and on the job, and it's obvious that the objection was not with headdresses but with customer reaction to them after 9-11.
The basis of the passenger fear was not that the women were wearing headdresses, but that they were Arab and Muslims. Well, they would still be Arabs and Muslims without the headdresses. Argenbright was gutless, the women were fired in a process prohibited for government contractors or those vendors to contractors, the firm reinstated them and the Libertarian Party is really slumming these days.
So your position is that it's OK to scare off the customers???