Summer is a more laid-back time of year and sometimes this laid-back attitude seeps into the workplace. During the hot, sticky summer months, employers often notice employees take a relaxed approach to the office dress code. It's a good idea to get ahead of any inappropriate attire by communicating your summer dress code now.
Employers can implement dress code policies that prohibit employees from wearing too-casual attire such as jeans, shorts, or flip flops. The key is in making sure employees understand the dress code policy. A clear, understandable policy is key to successful implementation, enforcement, and adherence.
Draft a gender-neutral dress code policy that is business-related, promotes the company’s image needs, and addresses safety concerns
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