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Staff 'told to wear revealing clothes' for Sir Philip's visits

Feb 11, 2019 - The Daily Telegraph (London)

SIR PHILIP GREEN'S retail empire faced further allegations of inappropriate behaviour last night, after staff alleged that they were told to wear "revealing" clothes when the billionaire visited them at work.

Former employees said that they were told by managers to wear "skimpy" outfits when Sir Philip inspected shops in America and claimed that the "culture" within the company meant that managers were not reprimanded when complaints were made about sexual harassment.

The billionaire

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