A few years back in 2017, you might have seen in the news that a cleaning company was advertising for a women cleaner, who was prepared to work naked.
The company, Nudist Cleaners (now called naturist cleaners), as the name suggests, specialises in providing nudist cleaners. The job advert in question was advertising for a role which paid up-to £65 an hour (100k+ per year full time) has since been been lowered to £45 per hour putting the annual wage around 80k!
From a legal perspective, the company might be in hot waters, advertising only for women cleaners. They admit that most of their clients are male, with female cleaners being requested in particular. Whether this contravenes discrimination laws would be up for the courts to decide as there are certain instances where you can discriminate against gender where there is a valid reason.
For more information on discrimination and protected characteristics, read Are You Ever Allowed To Discriminate In A Job Advert?
When recruiting, unless you have a valid reason for employing a certain gender, make sure your job advert does not show any unfair bias.
Would you want to work naked for such a high hourly rate, which could equate to a salary in the region of £80,000 – £100,000 a year, a figure which most could only dream of?