Labor minister opposes banning dress codes in Japan that force women to wear high heels

05 Jun 2019 19:00 | JHRS (Administrator)

The labor minister has indicated he will not support a drive to ban dress codes that force women to wear high heels at work.

Employees’ health and safety need to be protected, but work is varied, said Health, Labor and Welfare Minister Takumi Nemoto, who oversees the country’s workplace reforms.


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