Employees accused Gucci and Louis Vuitton in cahoots
Companies conspired not to hire people who are less than six months working at one of the participating competitors.
The Italian fashion house of Chanel, French fashion brand Louis Vuitton and American Department store chain Saks accused of conspiring against members. About it reports Bloomberg.
Three former employees filed a lawsuit in Federal court in new York, which claim that their former employers conspired not to hire people who are less than six months working at one of the participating competitors.
This became known after the employee Saks wrote to the Manager of Louis Vuitton that she’s looking for work. “We have strict rules that we must follow. Sorry,” – said the representative of the French fashion house, based on the agreement.
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