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"What is wrong with having absolute hard rules?"

Following on from Virgin Atlantic's decision to remove the requirement of female cabin crew to wear makeup, Aer Lingus have followed suit as well. This is coming on the back of companies such as Goldman Sachs relaxing their dress code for a  'more casual environment'. But what are your rights as an employee regarding work attire and personal appearance and and how much have guidelines and requirements changed in the past few years? Ivan is joined by Richard Grogan Employment Rights Lawyer at Richard Grogan & Associates and Alison Comyn journalist communications consultant to discuss.

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17.07 7 Mar 2019


"What is wrong with having absolute hard rules?"


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17.07 7 Mar 2019


Following on from Virgin Atlantic's decision to remove the requirement of female cabin crew to wear makeup, Aer Lingus have followed suit as well.

This is coming on the back of companies such as Goldman Sachs relaxing their dress code for a  'more casual environment'.

But what are your rights as an employee regarding work attire and personal appearance and and how much have guidelines and requirements changed in the past few years?

Ivan is joined by Richard Grogan Employment Rights Lawyer at Richard Grogan & Associates and Alison Comyn journalist communications consultant to discuss.


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