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In the age of a multi-generational workforce, Dress Code Policies can stir up both controversy and confusion among employees. Some companies, like General Motors, created a Policy that simply states, “Dress Appropriately,” while other companies have stuck to the “Dress to Impress” mentality, requiring professional attire across the board.
Business Casual, when defined and executed appropriately, is a compromise for many companies that ensures employees present a professional image and are always prepared for the business of the day. Business Casual typically speaks to all clients (or prospective clients), from the casual to the most formal. Dress Code, however, can be perceived differently depending on one’s age, background, or even position.
When determining an appropriate Dress Code Policy for a business, consider the following:
While dress code requirements are not always one-size-fits-all, deciding what works best and clarifying expectations on the front end helps to avoid uncomfortable conversations and employee confusion down the road, which is a positive for managers and employees alike.
For assistance with crafting a Dress Code Policy or training employees on expectations, reach out to an EctoHR, Inc. team member today at 810-534-0170 or email@example.com.