Common sense dictates what to wear and what not to wear at work (sweatpants, anyone?). It’ll be interesting to see how Bob and his team handle this issue. Oh yeah, Trevor’s back.
Thankfully NO! We don’t have a prescribed dress code. Naturally, if we expect to have customer contact we are expected to dress appropriately.
Of course living in a place where summer temperatures can reach over 100 degrees Fahrenheit and an office that does not have air-conditioning, summers tend to be really casual.
I have basically set out my own dress code rules. During winter months I tend to wear a button down long sleeve shirt. In summer I tend to wear the company polo shirts. Pants depends on what is going on. Customer contact? slacks. Normal day? Jeans. Hot as hell outside? Shorts (usually with sandals and most likely also a t-shirt, preferably a geeky one).
I wonder if there are any tech companies that still insist on dress codes for non-customer facing employees…