Dress Code Policy

Company / Corporate Policy

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Description:

Template for Dress Code Policy provides general guidelines to the employees on appropriate and in-appropriate work attire for the employees.

The Template outlines the:

(a) types of dress code for the company [ Business/ Business Casual/ Smart Casual]

(b) the items that are considered appropriate attire

(c) the items that are not considered appropriate attire

(d) Casual Friday policy

(e) policy for employees who content their religious beliefs requires them to wear or refrain from wearing certain apparel.

(d) policy violations

How to Use the Document? 


The document should be used by the Company's senior management while drafting the Dress Code Policy. It enables the Company to set general standards for appropriate attire at the workplace. 

The Company should notify its employees whenever this policy undergoes major changes.

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Document Type:

Checklist / guideline / manual / policy / procedures

Category:

Business > Human Resource / Employment > Human Resource / Workplace Issue

 
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