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Old 06-12-2014, 12:36 PM
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So glad I work for a company that only cares that I show up clothed and appropriately covered. I'd hate having to wear a suit or skirt every day.
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Old 10-24-2015, 04:15 AM
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Old 10-24-2015, 08:47 AM
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It's sad how people come to work today, hair not groomed, they just come with it looking as if they just got up on a weekend day they plan to spend in the back yard.
some wear Saturday Night - Going Out Attire, and all sort of things.
I see these young kids that work at the various Attorney office, wearing shorts, flip flops and looking like they are some wealthy people who are headed down to the boat docks for a evening spin around the harbor.
Some who are graduates, coming to work in shirts that look like they took it out of a backpack.

Standards use to be that toes were to be covered, if for no other reason to cut down on workplace injuries. Now flip flops with beads and any other style is common.
Men wearing suits that are un-tailored, and shoes that have never had a shoe shine.
Even people wearing uniforms as if its their own, after work attire, with shirts hanging out, or the same uniform for a week (un-washed).

You name it, you can see it in "some" workplaces.
Even Nurses use to be impeccably neat, now some have no idea to groom their hair, their Hospital uniform clothes with wrinkles, and some dragging the ground because they did not have the length adjusted.

Some people even look at some jobs, like they rolled out of bed and just came to work.

Go to places like Thailand, the people respect having a job, they are neatly groomed, their hair is groomed and their manner is pro-support of customers.

In the high pay jobs, its all about how expensive the suit is, or if the shoes cost some outrageous amount, and the car has to be Marquee.

So the spectrum of work place image runs the full gambit.
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Old 10-24-2015, 09:39 AM
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There is a company in my office building (I believe they are some sort of educational software company), and it's interesting to see the dress of the employees. They must not have any sort of dress policy ... some of their employees are in ratty t-shirts and cargo shorts, some of them are business casual (khakis and polos), some of them are in traditional business attire, and some of them are in club wear, complete with halter tops, skin tight skirts, and 5-inch platform stilletto heels.
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Old 10-24-2015, 10:22 AM
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I can't bring up the 2nd pic on my computer, but anywhere I've ever worked, "strategic cutouts" would get anyone dragged into HR for an uncomfortable conversation, STAT. I do see a lot of strappy heels in the office, though, even among the HR staff, and even among women in the 40+ set.
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