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Just out of curiosity, what do you all wear to work?
We have no dress code, so most of the people in my department wear jeans and
t-shirts, but I am not comfortable being in a professional environment and
looking like I'm ready to mow the lawn, so I wear business clothes or
dresses except on Fridays. (I guess I'm just a dang nonconformist....)
Do you/your tech writing employees have a dress code? I honestly think
having one goes a long way toward respect for the profession and department.
The more important personnel dress nicely. I can't help wondering if
encouraging us to walk around in our housekeeping duds is a way (perhaps
subconscious) for the higher-ups to remind us where we stand in relation to
them...? (Or, as I like to put it, "The Man keeping a bruthuh down" HAHA
Pride Mobility Products Corp.
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