Develop and write a policy memo to employees about your company's dress code. Include information in your policy about a definition of your preferred attire (i.e. business casual, uniforms, etc), dress when meeting with clients, whether there are "Casual Fridays" and if so, what does that mean, and rationale for your policy, and consequences for breaking the dress code.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com June 4, 2020, 1:25 am ad1c9bdddf
To: All Employees
Re: New Company Dress Code
Our company has set forth the following dress code policy and it is expected that all employees read and understand the guidelines set forth. It is our policy to maintain a comfortable, safe work environment. We will enforce a professional, casual dress code. It is imperative that each employee shall:
Not wear any clothing that reveals the stomach, the back, excess cleavage, or the feet. Employees are not permitted to wear clothing that reveals their undergarments. Employees are not permitted to wear torn, dirty, or excessively wrinkled clothes at any time, including in the office and at out of office events, including client meetings and ...
The solution provides a detailed memo for the company's dress code, including the preferred attire for meeting with clients, whether there are casual Fridays, and the rationale and consequences for breaking the dress code. The solution is written based on 25+ years of professional managerial experience.