Honey Birdette staff slam lingerie giant for alleged sexist working conditions

Honey Birdette staff slam lingerie giant for alleged sexist working conditions
Honey Birdette staff slam lingerie giant for alleged sexist working conditions
Honey Birdette staff slam lingerie giant for alleged sexist working conditions that 'saw them forced to wink at male customers and wear stilettos for 12 hours a day' Former staff at lingerie label Honey Birdette have claimed they were exploited Staff allege they're forced to wear high heels all day and wink at male shoppers Some claim they were harassed by shoppers with management unsupportive Honey Birdette was just bought by company behind Playboy for $443million 

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Controversial lingerie brand Honey Birdette has come under fire over claims workers were made to wink at male shoppers and wear stiletto heels all day.  

Ex-employees have shared their experiences working at the risqué fashion label to Instagram, with one claiming they were told 'sexual harassment is part of the job'. 

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Another claimed the brand 'exploited workers' and made them dress like 'sex dolls in the name of sexual empowerment'. 

'Honey Birdette needs to be held accountable for ­exploiting workers, performative feminism, and continuing to perpetuate sexism,' the former shop assistant said.

Women who used to work at controversial lingerie brand Honey Birdette have lashed out at the brand's 'sexist' culture with claims they were made to wink at male shoppers and wear stiletto heels all day

Women who used to work at controversial lingerie brand Honey Birdette have lashed out at the brand's 'sexist' culture with claims they were made to wink at male shoppers and wear stiletto heels all day

Employees are given strict instructions on what to wear to their shifts with heels and painted nails compulsory

Employees are given strict instructions on what to wear to their shifts with heels and painted nails compulsory

The worker said the company needed to update its policies on 'consent, uniform standards and safety', with some ex-employees claiming their feet were left in agonising pain and bleeding from having to wear high heels for up to 12 hours straight.

A different disgruntled ex-employee said she was told to wink at some of the men that would enter the store - resulting in one man following her around the shopping centre while she was on her lunch break.

Another former 'Honey' alleged management offered no support to workers who felt

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