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What Not to Wear to the Office

Posted by Julie Sears on Fri, May 16, 2014 @ 02:58 PM

For years, there was a shift toward casual dress in offices all across the country. Some businesses have since shifted back to a more restrictive dress code because of the difficulty in defining and managing appropriate casual dress. However, many businesses continue to use a casual dress code as an inexpensive way to boost employee morale and for the summer months, an even greater number of employers implement a summer casual dress policy.  Employers implementing casual dress code policies should provide specific guidelines. 

Click the image below to watch Nancy Saperstone's Fox 25 News Boston interview where she talks about the importance of having a casual dress code policy and what to think about when developing your policy.





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posted @ Friday, June 27, 2014 4:43 PM by Office Paper Products

If office has not any dress code then never wear too shorts dress which look off words. Always prefer to those dress which you feel comfortable and relax during the day like jeans with tops. It’s good number of offices’ have their dress code. 

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