Dress Codes in the Workplace - Checklist

Posted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 6 April 2017
Linda Hynes
Lewis Silkin
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Dress codes are becoming a more common and controversial topic of conversation in the workplace. Last year PwC in the UK found itself in the headlines in relation to a temp agency sending their employee home because she was not wearing heels on the client site. This led to national outcry in the UK and a parliamentary debate. The recent ECJ ruling on the banning of headscarves by employers has also garnered a lot of attention. The ruling is not an absolute right on employers to ban employees from wearing headscarves despite what some media outlets are stating. Such a dress code policy and ban may only occur in certain limited circumstances. The case in question related solely to a customer

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Linda Hynes
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