The Importance Of Dress Code In Business

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One time my mother went to work, where they have wear business casual. One of her coworkers showed up in jeans and a flannel shirt because he thought that was business casual. She said “ when the boss seen what he had on he was fuming considering they had an important meeting that he was presenting to the board of directors.” He was suspended because what he thought was business casual wasn’t business casual in the eyes of the boss. There is currently debate if business should have a dress code or not. Some people say that business should not have a dress code, but surely if there is no dress code, then people will think that they can wear whatever they want. There should be a dress code for businesses considering it shows professionalism,…show more content…
Job uniforms are very important to professional aspect of a business because the uniforms signify an individual is currently working for a business or company. This help customers identify who they can ask for assistance or about the business. Uniforms can also be a symbol of professionalism considering a business is not tolerant of just any clothing, especially clothing deemed inappropriate. Organized business uniforms increase a business’s reputation in terms of professionalism and wearing a uniform shows respect to customers and fellow employees. It shows that wearing a uniform when working for a business show people that the employee is serious about their job, and cares about what they are doing. In addition, it will increase a business’s reputation, and make customers and employees feel more comfortable when dealing with the business. This is therefore elucidated the impression that having a dress code shows…show more content…
If there is a dress code in place at a business this show professionalism because it means that you respect the business and the customers that go there. Dressing in dress code is something that should be viewed as punishment, but it something that you should take pride in because it show that you respect other that work there and people that come in to your place of business. When people first met you they see how you carry yourself, so if you don’t carry yourself with dignity and respect then they will treat with no respect. They will think that you don’t respect yourself. If you the leader of your business don’t put a dress code into action, then your business might not do as well as other companies that have a dress code. With this information you should sit down with the council board of your business and discuss what you can add to your dress code or make a new
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