Summers wants legislation banning it from advertising at JobCentres overturned.
current legislation, the High Street retailer cannot place vacancies at the
JobCentres because it is deemed to be in the sex industry.
company, which employees 650 staff, is expanding, and will need up to 1,000 new
staff within the next two years, according to HR executive Gary Burgham. He
said the company wants to be on a level playing field with other retailers.
government departments do not consider the stores sex shops, and they do not
need a sex shop licence to trade.
Department of Work and Pensions said it is considering chief executive
Jacqueline Gold’s request for a reclassification.