By  on October 11, 2011

SHANGHAI — Gucci today said it has taken a number of actions following newspaper reports in China that sales staff have lodged complaints against the luxury brand for “inhuman” working conditions.

The state-owned Chinese newspaper Global Times reported that five employees in a Gucci flagship located in the southern city of Shenzhen wrote an open letter that outlines workplace grievances, including 100 rules that regulate employee behavior. Such rules include having to ask permission before going to the bathroom and drinking water.

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