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Repeated make-up request unlawful

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    Manley v Baildon Village Estates Ltd [1999] ET/1800326/99 (0 other reports)

A woman who was repeatedly asked by her employer to wear make-up was discriminated against on grounds of sex, rules a Leeds employment tribunal (Chair: P A Morris) in Manley v Baildon Village Estates Ltd.

Ms Manley was employed as a receptionist with the respondent estate agent between August 1998 and October 1998, when her employment was terminated.