hi all,
dis is a nice little information on how u should dress up at ur work place. I thought to share wit u all nice & professional pepole at citehr. hope, pepole will like dis.
Thank you nd god bless u all.

From India, Calcutta

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Hi Its a gud one!!! Same here looks like ppl browse and don bother to reply!! One shld do to encourage the junior members for their small contributions!! Regards Seema
From India, Bangalore

Hi Susanat,
Your post is good, but its a bit lengthy and it takes time to read such lengthy post that might be reason u didn’t get much response coz viewers would have open your post & close it after seeing length of the attachment.
I also have same experience with lengthy post which I had posted earlier. Try to make ur post as brief as possible.
This a suggestion from my side others can coorrect me if I am wrong.
Thanks for sharing this info.

Best regards

From India, Hyderabad

hi everyone,
thanks to everbudy, who has liked dis nd the most likeable part is dat sum of the friends has replied to it nd also gav sum suggetions regarding dat.
Thanks a lot, again 2 each of them nd god bless u all wit happiness & prosperity.
Regards & love to all,

From India, Calcutta
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hi susanta, I went thru this in the morning only. Its a good post but bit lengthy... really liked it. Regards, Suhrita
From India, Pune

hi aparupa nd suhrita,
Thanks a lot 4 giving ur precious time 2 view my posted thread nd thanx 2 ur acceptable suggetion also. keep appreciating nd guiding 2 ur frnds.
God bless u........
Sushant Saha.

From India, Calcutta

When speaking of dress, its important to know the industry and the market sector and particular culture of an organization.
I remember going to meet the HR director of a multinational whose product lines cut across several industry. It was a meeting to discuss a potential client relationship with them.
The organization has a SW USA HQ in Austin Texas. its location is just stunning. I dressed in a suit, etc.
The HR director was in leggings, a crop top and flip flops. The culture was very "IT" and youth oriented. It was an ackward moment. I eventually tookoff my jacket, let my hair down and rolled up the sleeves of my blouse ( literally) while we discussed their T and D needs
So, research is the key for knowing what is expected in terms of dress. The one rule of thumb is clean and neat and professional, what ever that means in your work environment.

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Hi Sushanta,Thanks for a wonderful article.Its very important to understand why a particular thing is done and how it is to be done.dressing is a very imprtant part of your personality and character so due care should be taken regarding this.Good work . keep it up.Sriniwas
From India, Hyderabad
Hi everyone,
The document is no doubt useful and comprehensive. However, since it is dated 2004, does not address quite a few modern trends which I feel this forum can discuss so as to get the opinion of others. Here are some points that I feel we need to consider:

- Currently, most organisations do permit employees to wear jeans and tees, except on days which are designated for formal wear or on special occasions. However, I definitely feel that the following are definitely offensive and should not be worn:
1. Baggy low slung jeans which cling very low at times appearing to be on the verge of slipping off.
2. Hipsters, especially worn by womenfolk with short tee's revealing too much of the tummy maybe upto the groin itself and the at times the buttocks especially when sitting.
3. Deep necked tees or loose fitting ones which are too revealing.
4. Similarly, extremely tight clothes which can also be either revealing or obscene.
- Clothes and accessories need to be elegant and pleasing and not flashy nor loud. The work clothes should be just that and not a fashion statement and the workplace should not become the venue for a fashion parade.
- The other point that I think needs to be discussed is as who the onus lies on to lay down the guidelines and implement them. Especially when some of these could be gender sensitive and the differentiating line between acceptable and obscene could be touchie issues.

Hope we can have some concerned views.



From India, Pune

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