HR Strange But True!
May 05, 2010

A recruiter in Australia is accused of leaving out two crucial details in job advertisements: Employees would be wearing bikinis and clients wouldn’t be wearing any clothes Down Under.

Western Australia’s Consumer Protection Agency accused a former employee of Bikini Girls Massage of misleading job seekers in advertisements in local newspapers.

The agency alleged that the ads failed to disclose the true nature of the job: that female employees would wear bikinis and massage men who were naked or mostly naked. Instead, the agency said, the ads described the work environment as a “health salon.”

The operators of the business deny any wrongdoing. However, the former employee pleaded guilty to two counts, the agency said. The former employee faces a $1,500 fine. Source: Commerce Department of Western Australia

Sources: Western Australia Commerce Department

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