Question to Ask the Workplace Doctors about a no-fragrance policy:
Our workplace has a no-fragrance policy, which is often violated, by supervisors, as well as others. I don’t agree with the policy because the average female worker uses or wears: cologne, body lotion, face soap, facial lotion, deodorant, shampoo, hair mousse, hairspray, body soap, clothes detergent, fabric softener and other personal items. How can you regulate cologne/perfume? What, if any, are the legal ramifications of trying to enforce this policy? Thank you for your time.