A company in Russia known as Tatprof has received a whole lot of criticism for offering female employees bonuses to put on make-ups and wear skirts or dresses to work.
Tatprof is an aluminium manufacturing company. And according to the press officer of the company, they are currently running a "feminity marathon" campaign which will end on the 30th of June, 2019.
A female staff who decides to wear a skirt or dress which is not longer than 5cm from her knee, would be paid 100 roubles (which is equivalent to $1.5 or £1.19) on top of her regular wage.
The whole campaign issue by the company did not sit well with majority of social media users. Most of people thinks it is a horrible treatment of women.