Offices may be closed but workplace sexism is still thriving - with women being told to dress "sexier" and wear make up for video calls, according to a new survey.
The figures from employment law firm Slater and Gordon showed 35% of women had experienced at least one sexist workplace demand since the coronavirus lockdown started in March.
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