Last year it was reported that members of the UK Parliament called for a review of the 2010 Equality Act when women “told two Commons’ committees how employers demanded they wear revealing clothes, dye their hair blonde and constantly reapply their make-up while at work.”

This campaign began with a petition submitted by a woman “who was sent home by her employer … on her first day with them because she refused to wear heels.”

Well, it turns out that the ordered Parliamentary inquiry has yielded its results – a new guidance on workplace dress code compliance for employers.

Is the Guidance all that it is cracked up to be?

Read my new Above The Law article “High Heels At Work – A Follow Up” here.