Companies in Japan reportedly banning female employees from wearing glasses is sparking fresh outrage and debate on social media over the country’s stringent workplace dress-code practices that specifically target women.
Goldman Sachs has pinned a poll to its Twitter account asking what its employees should wear to work now that the investment bank has relaxed its dress code. The winning choice? 'Hoodie & sneakers' at 38 per cent.
A principal at a Catholic high school in Ontario has apologized after telling girls they were putting boys in an “awkward situation” like “the Me Too movement” as he measured the length of their skirts to see if they conformed with a dress code.