Saturday, 22 April 2017

Wear What You're Told

I wonder how many women were on the panel to debate this?  And what guidelines can they offer?
Calls to introduce a new law banning companies from telling women to wear high heels at work have been rejected by the government.
The Equalities Office said existing legislation was "adequate" but it would issue guidelines to firms this summer.
The issue was debated in Parliament in March after Nicola Thorp, who was sent home for wearing flat shoes, set up a petition with more 152,000 signatures.
Miss Thorp said the decision to stop short of a law change was a "cop-out".

BBC

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