Well some progress!
"The statement by Earls on Wednesday also follows a policy position paper released the same day — on International Women's Day — by the Ontario Human Rights Commission.
"The commission says that such sexualized dress codes discriminate against women and transgender people. "Employers must make sure their dress codes don't reinforce sexist stereotypes," chief commissioner Renu Mandhane said. "They send the message that an employee's worth is tied to how they look. That's not right, and it could violate the Ontario Human Rights Code."
"The executive director of the Human Rights Legal Support Centre agrees, saying such policies may violate Canadian law in some cases.
"Excellent customer service doesn't have a cup size," Kathy Laird said. "I hope women will call us for legal help if cleavage is deemed an essential skill in their workplace."