Dress Code in the WorkplacePosted in : How do I handle it NI on 23 October 2017
I am the HR Manager of a chain of restaurants. I have recently received a complaint from a member of staff who claims that she was forced, by her Manager, to wear high heels as part of her uniform. She is a Waitress and there is no dress code in place in the business. How do I handle it?
Dress codes have attracted a lot of attention in the media recently and a recent report carried out by a government committee found that the existing law is not fully effective in protecting employees from discrimination at work and that inappropriate dress codes remain widespread. Indeed earlier this year,
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