Brunello Cucinelli poses as seamstresses make garments from cashmere, in the Umbrian village of Solomeo.
Gulf Today Report
Italian fashion boss Brunello Cucinelli has taken a major decision for this employees in such trying times amidst the pandemic.
The employees working for Cucinelli, who have genuine reasons to not take the vaccines and are worried about affecting those who have taken their shots at work, will be given a paid leave for six months.
While people were given a choice of taking part in the vaccine campaign or not, a handful of them working for him opted out of it.
So Cucinelli has offered for them to stay home and take it step by step, to avoid risk.
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