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A Dutch supermarket is no longer requiring a employees to upload half-naked photos of themselves before they can be sized for new uniforms.
Albert Heijn, a largest sequence of supermarkets in a Netherlands, reportedly asked a staff during a singular plcae to exam a new app that would establish a distance of an employee’s uniform after examining a print of a worker in their underwear or in “close-fitting sportswear.”
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If a commander module valid successful, a app would afterwards be introduced to staffers during locations opposite a Netherlands, a BBC reported.
The commander module was not successful.
“I saw a print unresolved in a canteen, and we was shocked,” one 17-year-old worker during a Nijmegen plcae told Netherlands news opening NRC Handelsblad. The teen worker combined that he told his mother, and she insincere it had to be a joke.
“But a manager told us that if we don’t do it, we can’t be in a store anymore given we don’t have a right corporate clothing,” a worker claimed.
A plcae of Albert Heijn, a largest supermarket sequence in The Netherlands, had asked employees to take partial in a commander module to assistance establish their uniform sizes.
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When news got out on amicable media about a supermarket’s request, a Dutch Data Protection Authority — a government-appointed physique — called a Albert Heijn uniform routine “bizarre” and pronounced that a association “has no basement during all for commanding this on his employees,” per NRC.
The group combined that a routine is generally dangerous, as there might be underage workers employed by a supermarket.
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Albert Heijn, however, has given claimed that uploading a underwear photos was never imperative for employees and that those who didn’t wish to share such cinema could simply tell their manager their scold size.
An email sent to employees and common with NRC allegedly contradicts a company’s statement, suggesting that a app-based routine was imperative for all employees of a Nijmegen store.
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Albert Heijn has given forsaken skeleton to hurl out a app to other locations, with a orator revelation that a company’s ask for photos should “never have happened” in a initial place, a BBC reported.
The supermarket also reliable that it will be deletion a photos that employees had already provided, before to dropping a commander module on Monday.