Learning lessons from... the crackdown on sexist dress codes

Learning lessons from... the crackdown on sexist dress codes

A Parliamentary inquiry launched into sexist dress codes at work is has resulted in pressure for existing laws banning sexist dress codes to be more readily enforced.

Following temporary receptionist Nicola Thorp being sent home from PwC without pay last year for failing to wear high heels, a subsequent petition which received more than 152,000 signatures, triggered an inquiry by the Women and Equalities Committee.

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