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Japan Airlines ditches compulsory high heels and skirts in big win for #KuToo movement

Japan Airlines ditches compulsory high heels and skirts in big

Company becomes first major employer in the country to stop forcing dress code on women Female flight attendants working for Japan Airlines will no longer be required to wear high heels or skirts, the airline has said, in a rare victory for Japan’s #KuToo campaign against workplace dress codes for women.The airline is the first major Japanese company to relax its regulations in response to complaints from women that having to wear high heels was uncomfortable and often left them in considerable pain. Continue reading…

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Author : Justin McCurry in Tokyo and agencies

Publish date : 2020-03-27 04:09:08

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