The of­fice at­tire sce­nario in the present times

The HR Digest - - Workplace Culture -

We live in an age wherein of­fice at­tire is used as an ex­cuse to dress ac­cord­ing to one’s per­son­al­ity at the work­place. With the ris­ing com­pe­ti­tion, em­ploy­ers from across the world un­der­stand the im­por­tance of re­tain­ing their em­ploy­ees. In or­der to do so, they are will­ing to be flex­i­ble with the of­fice rules for the con­ve­nience of the work­force. This is why now the trend of wear­ing what pleases you to work has emerged.

Now the of­fice at­tire sce­nario is such that peo­ple who need to main­tain deco­rum in re­gard with their pro­fes­sions have to dress up in busi­ness suits or what­ever is the of­fi­cial at­tire ac­cord­ing to their cul­ture. Com­pa­nies which di­rectly deal with clients are stricter about the of­fice dress code than those who work be­hind the cur­tain. In fact, peo­ple in the cre­ative field are given the free­dom to wear the clothes which match their moods. Of­fices now be­lieve that if the per­son is not rep­re­sent­ing the com­pany, then he must be given the lib­erty to dress com­fort­ably. De­spite this, rules re­gard­ing the ba­sic con­duct of the workspace are still main­tained. Now that the of­fice dress code isn’t as rigid as it used to be, we need to put in more thought about what to wear at the work­place.

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