Louis Vuitton | Employee told to 'tolerate' workplace harassment

Employee told to 'tolerate' workplace harassment

The high fashion industry is known for its historic controversies, yet most brands have accepted that success means moving with the times and adopting a progressive stance on employee wellness and HR policy.

However, the latest allegations against Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy (LVMH) – the multi-national conglomerate that owns such iconic brands as Dior, Sephora and Marc Jacobs – has found them embroiled in a sexual harassment case – an issue it claims is simply down to its ‘French culture’.

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