Blogs tagged in dress codes


Super Bowl 2019 at the Office

The Employer’s Essential Guide To This Year’s Super Bowl

The matchup is now set: the Los Angeles Rams will be playing the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LIII, and no doubt your employees are very much aware of the upcoming game. A good many of them will be among the estimated 110 million television viewers who will be watching, whether they are passionate f...

Holiday stew ā€“ ingredients for a happy and non-litigious holiday

Holiday stew – we all have our own recipe, but the base is almost always the same: booze, mistletoe and a generous pinch of unapproved time off. And be sure you don't have enough time to prepare or clean up.

Join Gary Wheeler and Lori Mans for an hour as they provide the ingredients and know-how to help you salvage your holiday stew, including 1/2 half dry ...

Costumes, booze and the Great Pumpkin ā€“ beware the office Halloween party

This blog was written by Adam Gutmann at Cozen O'Connor, which authors our Minnesota Human Resources Manual, New York Human Resources Manual, and Pennsylvania Human Resources Manual. You can find the 

If it's called a dress code, can I wear pants?

This blog was written by Natasha Sarah-Lorraine Banks at Fisher Phillips, which authors several of our resources. 

When Strict Dress Codes Went Out Of Style: The Modernization Of Workwear

“Every day is a fashion show, and the world is your runway.” – Unknown

This modern-day old adage gives one permission to own their own personal...

"We need to talk" isn't any easier to say than to hear

This blog was written by Mathew Parker at Fisher Phillips, which authors several of our resources. You can find the original here and their On the Front Lines Workplace Law Newsletter (which is excellent) 

Dress codes should not be encoded

Translation: lay it all out ahead of time (dress code pun) and be clear.

The Hartford Small Business Ahead blog provides five tips:

  1. Have an answer for "Why not?" other than "Because your

    Personal hygiene in the workplace

    When you took your job in HR, you knew that you would have to face some uncomfortable situations: terminations, poor performance reviews, disciplinary actions, but perhaps the worst of all is the “we need to talk about your personal hygiene” conversation. Your staff’s poor personal hygiene can negatively effect co-workers and customers alike, and management needs to take th...

Dress codes: who, what, wear

As an HR representative or business owner it’s your responsibility to make sure things run smoothly, and sometimes that means enforcing rules or standards that your employees may not want to follow. Dress codes and appearance guidelines are a good way for employers to not only ensure their workforce looks professional to customers and clients, but also can help avoid harassment claims ...