• The Company “Summer” Dress Code

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    Before the weather really heats up, you may want to think about sending out a reminder of your company’s dress code policy.  It’s not enough to state that you expect employees to dress in an “appropriate” or “professional” manner.   You need to be as specific as possible and include images that illustrate examples that best support your corporate brand.  It’s also helpful if you include photographs of appropriate and inappropriate styles.   

    Regardless of how relaxed your environment may be, it is in your company’s best interest if your dress code include sections on:

    • Hair
    • Clothing
    • Visible Undergarments
    • Body Piercing and Tattoos
    • Makeup
    • Head Coverings
    • Footwear
    • Fragrance
    • Casual Dress

    The more detailed and specific your dress code policy, the less likely you are to encounter problems or employee distractions in the future.


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    Diana Jennings
    Diana Jennings is the founder of Brand You Image – a personal branding and image management company based in Southern California. A specialist in non-verbal communication, she brings a sophisticated understanding of people and a passion for growth to those working to reach their personal and professional goals. Typical engagements involve the development of high potential individuals and senior level management in personal brand discovery, image management, social and business behavior, and body language for better communication and interaction with others.

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Juliet » 30. Jul, 2008

Oh!! Wow!! It’s interesting!!

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