Victoria Murphy, 25, from Edinburgh, Scotland, launched her firm Glimmer after graduating with a degree in events management. With a degree in events management and a strong work ethic, Victoria was keen to start a business with a quirky unique selling point. Then working as a beautician, she stumbled across an American company offering a naked cleaning service and the idea for Glimmer was born. At Glimmer we offer our a clients a one of a kind cleaning experience. The naked dress code has certainly done nothing to deter prospective employees, with Victoria receiving over applications last time she advertised for staff. But Victoria admits that their 20 regular clients and 15 who book an occasional clean, have completely shattered her preconceptions about the type of person she imagined would use the service.
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Well there's one more incident that proves the Brits are much less inhibited than Americans. Virgin 1, a British TV station are setting up social situations for a 6 part documentary called the Naked Office. They'll follow six companies that struggle with typical office issues and confront them in a far from typical way. Each company is followed for a week while attempting to deal with the issues, and it all culminates in the unusual event called Naked Friday. A design firm took the challenge and asked the employees to completely reveal themselves, and go to work absolutely nude. It's a far cry from our casual Fridays Filed under: Uncategorized. Tags: casual fridays , naked fridays , naked office , nudity , Virgin 1 , work.
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By Valerie Siebert For Dailymail. Lush Cosmetics employees have done nude across the country in a protest against over packaging of products. The company teased the stunt in a press release, saying that the willing participating workers would be stripping off at noon on Wednesday - and they weren't kidding. All over the country, from Boulder, Colorado, to Philadelphia and New York City, workers in the popular stores took off all their clothes, save some branded aprons, to make a statement about the environment.