WINNIPEG – Does your boss think you dress appropriately for work?
A new survey from Office Team shows that one in five senior managers say employees dress more casually than they used to five years ago.
That was the number one dress code violation managers complained about (35%).
But Office Team’s Mary-Clare Treglia says some companies are ok with it.
“Nowadays, many companies are allowing workers to dress less formally in the office. It really just depends on the creative environment, the professional environment, the culture of the company,” she said.
The other top most common dress code violations managers took note of: showing too much skin (20%), visible tattoos or piercings (15%), extreme hair colours/styles (13%), ungroomed facial hair (8%), and excessive accessories (7%).