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What recommendations would you make to help large organizations with recognized diversity programs reduce the likelihood of unintentional discrimination that managers might show while trying to enforce procedures for dress code?

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Recommendations would entail ensuring that outreach programs are implemented to reach out to the diverse communities that the company serves. It's mandatory to first learn about a culture before establishing a dress code as different cultures may perceive dress in different interpretations. Therefore, what may be considered acceptable dress for one ...

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Over 200 words explains what to watch out for when implementing a dress code so as not to discriminate against any groups.

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