Dress Code Policy: Fashion Statement or Too Sexy for the Job?
age groups and cultures mingle in the workplace, dress codes have become more
relaxed. If you think about it, a suit and tie can be just as off-putting in a
music store as a tank top or flip-flops would be at a bank. But what happens
when one of your employees shows up to the office in something inappropriate?
Should you pass it off as her trying to make a fashion statement or should she
be reprimanded? Can you legally make her change without setting yourself up for
a discrimination claim?
Although no one has written a eulogy for the business suit just yet, workplace
attire is a lot different than it used to be. Business casual isn't your
parents' business casual anymore, and the line between work clothes and weekend
wear is most definitely blurred. HR professionals face the difficult task of
creating an environment that balances the need for employees to look
professional while still being realistic about their need for self-expression.
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