NEW YORK — Employees working in Polo Ralph Lauren Corp.’s stores filed a lawsuit Wednesday complaining about the content and cost of the firm’s uniform policy.
According to a published report out of San Francisco, the complaint, which seeks class-action status, was filed by Toni Young on behalf of other unnamed plaintiffs and claims Lauren’s Polo stores require sales staff to purchase the designer’s apparel and accessories from the stores as a condition of their employment.
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