Swiss bank orders employees to go nude

Swiss bank UBS has issued a strict dress code to it employees, instructing them to wear ‘skin-coloured’ lingerie.

According to the new code, underwear must not be ‘visible against clothing or spilling out of clothing’, but should be ‘skin-coloured under white shirts.’

The 40 page document also outlined that staff should abandon colourful artificial nails, avoid flashy jewellery and not wear skirts that are ‘too tight behind’.

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The text described in detail the company permissible hairstyles and even the type of socks that can be worn by employees.

Staff will not be permitted to wear socks with cartoon motifs or ties that do not match the ‘morphology of the face.’

"The reputation of UBS makes up our most precious asset,” said the bank. “Adopting an irreprochable behaviour implies having an impeccable presentation."



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