None of this is on the level of requiring women employees to wear revealing uniforms or to work an extra four hours every day unpaid ... neither of which is illegal by the way.
It depends on where you live. I'm pretty sure the latter (four hours unpaid/day) contravenes the law in Ontario where I run my business.
It's also the case that a contract that violates the law is unenforceable. So while businesses can write contracts that greatly favor themselves, they cannot go over the line and make illegal things OK.
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