Wearing Low-cut Outfits may prove costly for Singaporean Women

by Savitha C Muppala on  September 14, 2010 at 3:47 PM General Health News
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Low-cut outfits that show off cleavage is strictly taboo in Singapore's corporate environment and women wearing such outfits may risk losing their jobs.
 Wearing Low-cut Outfits  may prove costly for Singaporean Women
Wearing Low-cut Outfits may prove costly for Singaporean Women

According to the Sin Chew Daily, many employers are of the opinion that outfits, which reveal the cleavage, are distracting at work, the Star Online reported.

Bosses believe that women with low-cut attires could face communication problems, as the person may not be paying attention to what she is saying.

Image consultants have also voiced their opinions, saying that revealing too much of cleavage is not suitable for work.

Source: ANI

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