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It added: 'But the most extreme action was taken by one manager who made women having their period wear a red bracelet to justify more frequent trips to the loo.
'Women quite justifiably feel humiliated by being tagged in this way, so that all their colleagues are aware of this intimate detail of their private life.'
The report, which did not name the firm imposing red bracelets on female staff, has now been passed on to Norway's chief comsuner ombudsman Bjorn Erik Thon.
He said: 'These are extreme cases of workplace monitoring, but they are real.
'Toilet Codes relating to mentrual cycles are clear violations of privacy and is very insulting to the people concerned.
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