RE: Work Attire

Subject: RE: Work Attire
From: "Lathrop, Sarah" <Sarah-Lathrop -at- forum-financial -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 30 May 2003 14:38:04 -0400

My company does have a dress code: business casual, which means no sneakers, jeans, shorts, T-shirts or anything denim. We are a financial company, not a technology company and we are in Maine where people tend to be a bit more conservative. When I first stated here four years ago, the dress code was stricter--business attire, guys had to wear shirts with a collar and a tie, no khakis allowed (yes, even the programmers). The president of the company finally yielded to a committee of employees and we went to the business casual. I don't mind the dress code because there is a fair amount of latitude. Some people dress up a bit more than others. Some directors and managers dress very casually and others wear suits. It can vary by department--Legal tends to be a bit more formal in their attire, the IT group very casual.

Maine-Where the season for shorts is about 60 days long.


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