Policy brief & purpose
Our dress code company policy outlines how we expect our members to dress at work. Members should note that their appearance matters when representing our company in front of clients, visitors, or other parties. A member’s appearance can create a positive or negative impression that reflects on our company and culture.
This policy applies to all our members.
These dress code rules always apply:
All members must be clean and well-groomed. Grooming styles dictated by religion and ethnicity are not restricted.
All clothes must be work-appropriate. Clothes that are typical in workouts and outdoor activities are not allowed.
All clothes must project professionalism. Clothes that are too revealing or inappropriate are not allowed.
All clothes must be clean and in good shape. Discernible rips, tears or holes are not allowed.
Members must avoid clothes with stamps that are offensive or inappropriate.
What is Business Dress Code?
Our company’s official dress code is Business/ Business Casual/ Smart Casual/ Casual.
Our company members often can wear more casual clothing due to working with animals- like jeans, simple blouses, but must always wear closed in shoes. Logo Polo shirts are available.
We may change our dress code in special cases. For example, we may require members to wear semi-formal attire for an event. Then, both male and female employees should wear suits, ties, white shirts, and appropriate shoes.
A member’s position may inform their dress code. If member frequently meet with clients or prospects, they should conform to a business dress code.
When a member disregards our dress code, their supervisor should reprimand them. The member should start respecting our dress code immediately. In some cases, supervisors may ask members to returning home to change.
Members may face more severe consequences up to and including termination, if:
Their appearance causes irreparable damage, like loss of a major client.
They repeatedly violate our dress code.