Popular Clothing Store In Klang Receives Backlash For Discriminating Job Vacancy Ad
The brand has since apologised for the advertisement.
Popular apparel brand Kitschen has recently received backlash for putting up a discriminating job vacancy advertisement
The job vacancy notice blatantly requested for "Malay and Chinese" applicants who are above 18 years old
Shambavi wrote that she immediately walked into the store to confront the staff.
"Dear @kitschen, I hope there is a sound explanation for this. Being a regular customer, I confronted the staff and asked her about the notice, to which she replied, 'Isn't it better to inform the Indians on a notice outside rather than wasting their time, walking inside and applying'," she wrote.
Many people began questioning and tagging the company in the comments section
Kitschen has since replied to the Facebook post apologising and explaining that the advertisement did not follow company policy
One person also attested to the statement about Kitschen hiring Indian staff
Kitschen also explained to customers that they are currently investigating the matter
It was announced earlier this year that those who put up rental discrimination advertisements may be subject to a new law: