An employee’s personal appearance is a reflection on the Company’s character and professional image. Employees are expected to maintain good hygiene practices, be well groomed, and avoid wearing the following types of clothing, artwork, or accessories while on Company premises, or while engaged in Company business:
- Any clothing or tattoos that depict profanity, sexuality, drug/alcohol use, or that inaccurately or harmfully portrays a protected characteristic.
- Excessively dirty or damaged clothing (i.e torn shirts or jeans). Jeans that are partially factory-torn are acceptable as long as skin is not showing.
- Facial piercings, with the exception of up to a typical ear piercings.
- Leggings (skin-tight garments for men and women).
- Shorts that are more than two (2) inches above the knees.
- Any type of open-toe footwear.
Employees are expected to dress appropriately for their individual work responsibilities and position. Consult a direct manager for work attire requirements for the specific position. The Company may require employees, on an individual-basis to Company-wide, to wear special dress attire on occasion. Employees will be notified as soon as possible, but will usually receive notice at least two (2) business days in advance.