The crux of the issue, then, is that social attitudes about what constitutes a smart and professional look for a woman seem to retain fetishised ideas of sexy secretaries and pin-up girls
'We are now reviewing our supplier uniform codes to ensure they are aligned with our own values'
The receptionist says she was laughed at for criticising the policy and sent home without pay
We're in a transition period where people aren't taking up badly paid roles so they're gravitating towards temp work. And it's a good thing that employers are being punished this way
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Tesco has said the cut of double pay is 'unrelated' to the Chancellor's new wage
It should be possible to find balance between protecting our record for job creation with rights and needs of people
However, that may insult the intelligence of the hard-working employees who are on them