Presentation on theme: "Appropriate Attire GTA Region 2012. Appropriate Attire Objective MNP seeks to present a professional and business-like image to our clients, while maintaining."— Presentation transcript:
Appropriate Attire Objective MNP seeks to present a professional and business-like image to our clients, while maintaining a comfortable work environment for our employees. Standard MNP expects team members to dress for the occasion - attire is to be appropriate whether on firm or clients premises. Reference: 3.1.7: Appropriate Dress Section: Human Capital Sub Section: 3.0 Employee Relations MNP Policies and Guidelines
Appropriate Attire The following guidelines apply to all Team Members: It is suggested that Team Members consider professional dress vs. business casual dress when meeting clients It is recognized that there may be times when business casual attire would be appropriate (i.e. attending an inventory count). If in doubt, ask the Partner/Manager in charge of that particular client. Adherence to these standards is an expectation. *Hint: when in doubt – dressy is better!
Male Team Members Dress pants or cotton pressed pants. Long or short sleeved collared shirts (tie is optional) Blazer or a sport coat is optional Loafers or other leather or suede shoes that bridge the gap between casual and dress shoes Business Casual Attire Standard Business Attire
Female Team Members Dress pants, pressed cotton pants, skirts or dresses are acceptable Dress pant capris are acceptable Sweater sets, knit sweaters, blouses and dressier short sleeved shirts. Blazers are optional Shoes should be dressy. Open toe is permitted Please note: Necklines should be modest Standard Business Attire & Business Casual Attire
Denim Fridays Denim Fridays are every Friday from July 6 – Aug 31 and the last Friday of each month from September to June Denim Fridays are for the purposes of fundraising or supporting local events Please refrain from the following: 1)Torn, ripped denim or shorts 2)Spandex (any workout gear or leggings) 3)Tee shirts, shirts with large logos 4)Mini Skirts or Mini Dresses 5)Flip flops or running shoes 6)Strapless tops/dresses What Not to Wear!
Any questions or concerns regarding Appropriate Attire Guidelines should be directed to your performance manager or to a Human Capital team member.
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