A Walmart truck driver is suing the company over its uniform pants, which she says are “impossible” for women to wear.
Diana Webb, who drives for Walmart out of an Alabama distribution center, filed a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all female drivers affected by the improperly fitting pants, the news site AL.com reported. The suit accuses Walmart of sexual discrimination under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
The complaint contends the pants are “specifically made to fit only male employees due to anatomical differences between the sexes.”
Drivers are allowed to buy their own pants if the company-issued ones don’t fit them, but they are not reimbursed. They also must pay for those pants’ laundering, which Walmart covers for the official uniform pants.
Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment
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