hairdressing salon employees will no doubt be happy to have you to wear their costumes at their place of work.
As many as 60% of Indian hairdresses earn around Rs 2,500 a day, while the average wage for a woman is Rs 3,500.
They will also be pleased to hear that you can now wear a headscarf or a burqa at work, as they are now exempt from the mandatory uniform code.
“Hairdressers will also love the change to the uniform code,” said Aamir Shah, director of Dabur Hire, a Mumbai hairdressor.
“There is a huge amount of wear-and-tear on the body, so they want to be able to put a little style on it.”
Hairdressers can also expect to work more often.
The rule of thumb is that a hairderer working from 7am to 10pm will be earning Rs 50 per hour.
The dress code is also expected to be more flexible, as you can work from home from 7pm to 5am.
It will also allow you to dress up in the company of friends and family.
You may also be able wear a bikini if you are over the age of 40.
“You can wear a swimsuit, and your hair can be long or short,” said Shah.
This change comes after a decade of struggle for the hairdressed public.
Hire, which was founded by Mohit Prakash, the owner of the Dabu hairdrapers, had started its business in 2001.
Since then, it has grown into a leading industry.
In 2013, the company was also granted a license to operate as a licensed hairdresser by the Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMTC).
The MMTC also granted the company a licence for hairdryers to operate at home and in the city.
But the MMTC’s decision has not been taken lightly.
“We had been lobbying the MMRC for a year and a half for this change.
They gave us a big thumbs up.
It’s a positive move.
It helps the industry,” said Prakasai, founder of Hairdressers for Good.
According to a survey conducted by the MMMC, more than 60% Indians believe the uniform is not required for their job, and that a simple headscarff or burqa is more appropriate.
A woman can now work from 8am to 5pm, as well as at home.
The company said that the shift in the industry will benefit both men and women.
As an employee of a hairdressers, you will now be allowed to wear a cap and a skirt as well.
It will also make the job a lot easier.
You can get rid of the mandatory shirt, while you can wear the same outfit to work.
There will also still be no need for a uniform, as the haberdresser will be able remove the clothes and headscarfs from the employees as well, if they want.
The move is also being welcomed by the workers.
“I am more motivated to earn money.
It is easier to do it,” said Sarvita, a haberdedresser.
Prakash also wants to make sure that the changes are not only about women, but about the community.
I want to work with other hairdrers, he said.
If the new policy is implemented, I will be a little bit more careful with the way I dress.
In a way, the move has come about in a big way.
Mumbai is one of the most cosmopolitan cities in India, and the hairstressers are now well positioned to cater to the needs of the city’s residents.
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