Although summer doesn’t officially start until June 21, the weather is heating up, the kids are out of school and vacation plans are dancing in workers’ heads.
The change in season can affect workplace wardrobes. Some offices still require suits and ties, but others loosen up and allow less formal attire during the summer.
While a more flexible policy can be a good thing, it can also lead to problems. There’s always someone who think shorts, low-cut tank tops and flip-flops is a proper outfit for a summer day at the office.
What’s the summer dress code at your workplace? Is it different from the rest of the year? Do employees push the envelope and dress inappropriately? Is a different summer dress policy a good thing or a bad idea?
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