At DISCOVER STAFFING, we expect our employees to act as representatives of our company to our clients. In doing so, we require a certain level of professionalism when it comes to office dress. Our dress code is based on a professional office environment and includes allowances for client companies’ own policies.
We encourage a "Business Appropriate" wardrobe that may include professional dress such as suits or dresses, depending on the work situation. Many of our clients also have a more "Business Casual" policy. Regardless of the dress code specifics, all employees are required to make sure their clothing is clean, neat and in good repair. Clothes with holes, tears or other damage should never be worn. Clothes that are excessively wrinkled should be pressed prior to the workday.
Below are some "Do’s and Don’ts"
Many clients prefer closed toed shoes with hose or appropriate socks. If open toed shoes are permitted, they must only be worn with clean and pedicured feet.
Warehouse positions often allow the use of athletic shoes or work boots.
If you are in doubt about a particular article of clothing, be sure to ask your supervisor if it would be appropriate prior to wearing it in the workplace.
Wear any of the following:
Some items of clothing, such as Jeans on Friday are allowed at some client sites and notification of this policy will be provided prior to the assignment.
Always report back to your DISCOVER STAFFING representative when in doubt or if you have any questions regarding the policies or the specific companies’ codes.