Appearing on the BBC

The whole issue around gender dress codes hit the press again yesterday. 

HeadOn PR team put our client Crossland Employment Solicitors in touch with BBC News online to discuss employment laws surrounding the British Airways worker, Sid Ouared, dismissed for having a man bun hairstyle. 

The piece discusses whether the courts  will have to revise what is a ‘conventional standard of appearance’ – 22 years after Court of Appeal in Smith v Safeway overturned EAT which said ‘no long hair for men’ was not discrimination. 

You can read more about the PR news story here

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