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DRESS CODE SAMPLE

The dress code and personal appearance standards for your job position will be reviewed with you by your manager. The purpose of the Company dress attire and personal appearance standards is to present a professional, fresh, and neat appearance and to assure safe and sanitary working conditions.

Good personal hygiene and personal habits are also very important. Body cleanliness, especially of the hands and fingernails, is a must. No employees will be permitted to wear un-natural hair colors (blue, green) or piercing in any visible part of the body other than the ears while working.

If you are required to wear a uniform or nametag, please make sure it is clean and neat. If you need new uniforms it is your responsibility to ask for them before you are asked to do so by a manager.

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