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Documents show utseendekraven for Norwegian's employees

The 22-page long document from april 1 this year, contains detailed descriptions of how staff get to see out and not. Among other things, female employees make-

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Documents show utseendekraven for Norwegian's employees

The 22-page long document from april 1 this year, contains detailed descriptions of how staff get to see out and not. Among other things, female employees make-up, and to wear shoes with at least two centimetre heel.

be natural and the images in the document shows what type of pink and rosaröda lip colors that allowed.

In the document as the VG part of the also shows that women can avoid the requirement on the heel, on presentation of a medical certificate, which then needs to be renewed every six months.

the staff requirements are different. Men may not have longer hair than to the shirt collar and they may not have makeup on it is not to cover over the blemishes or bruises. They may not have the earrings, nail Polish or hair longer than shirt collar, type PLEASE

”the Uniforms are neutral and unobtrusive, and yes, it is true that there are different requirements for men and women when it comes to makeup, hair, and so on. It is common also in other airlines,” writes Astrid Mannion-Gibson, head of communications at Norwegian in an e-mail to PLEASE

According to the airline, the document is an updated version of the rules that have been around for a long time, and was developed after the staff wanted clearer guidelines on the appearance. They do not want to comment closer to why the rules stand, the judgment they make.

aroused reactions in Norway. Ingrid Hødnebø, kvinnopolitisk spokesperson for the Sosialistisk Venstreparti says to VG:

– While the rest of society has moved forward, sitting Norwegian stuck in a ”Mad men”-the universe from the 50-60s.

there is no sminkkrav, write PLEASE But the employees that make up the must do it discreetly. On the SAS allowed male employees to wear make-up.

" You don't need make-up, but if you do have the choice of makeup and earrings to be discreet. It is okay for us if men wish to have a discreet makeup, " says Knut Morten Johansen, head of corporate communications at SAS to PLEASE

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