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Sunetra,

I read through your post and i think the responses range from stupid to concerned.
As for your post then i have couple of observations:
In absence of any concrete dressing code/policy, management cannot force any employee to wear or not any particular type of outfit.
If the organization is not providing the uniform, in that case also dressing cannot be dictated.
And how one dresses is altogether a matter of personal choice. No employee can be reproached on the way she/he is wearing clothes unless they violate the norms of decency. I would suggest if you can avoid this matter without upsetting your objecting seniors then you should.
If not then on the days this lady is wearing an indian and decent outfit, tell her gently that she looks much better in those types of clothes.
And if it still doesnt work then tell her in professional manner that the seniors have objected to her dressing without taking any name and without being harsh.

You have to very tactful in handling such issues.

All the Best
Renu

From India, Bhopal
Dear Members, Thanks to all who have given their valuable suggestions. Can you tell me what kind of policy you follow in your organisation. Thanks & Regards Sunetra:icon1:
From India, Calcutta
Dress code preserves the tradition and culture. It preserves the respect of the gender. It also sustains the strong feeling of unity and oneness among the employees in a company.
The companies in India commonly enfore the following dress code:
For Men:
Formal wears with Shirt tuck up, Pant and belt -- from Monday to Friday,
Saturday -- any sensible casuals. Shorts and Banyans are prohibited.
For Women:
Saree or Salwar from Monday to Friday.
On saturdays -- Saree / Salwar / Half-Saree / Non-Provocative Casuals.
Low neck tops, mini-tops, mini-skirts, low hip jeans, half jeans, sleeveless tops are prohibited


Hi Sunetra
The actual meaning of business dress code is to maintain the decency in corporate world. If anybody's dressing sense vernar the copanay's policy and culture obviously HR should take the immediate action. As you are a female counterpart of your colleague, i think it will be easy to you to make her understand the point if you discuss it with a frindly & casual manner and also try to bring the point of your seniors and how the work envirment is being hampered by her behaviour in a positive a atitude.

From India, Calcutta
This Dress CODE Appears To Be Hot Topic ON THIS POST And That Lady Become Famus Like Ursula Endress(undress):-d
From Saudi Arabia
I suggest you search some Internet resources that give Fashion tips on Dress for fat people . May be she will on her own realise and improve her dress sense .Every one wants to look good. But then some of us out of our ignorance dress in a weird ways without realising. There are useful tips available, which suggest appropriate dress for lean people, tall people, Fat people, Dark complexioned, Fair ones etc.

From India, Mumbai
DID ANY WOMEN EMPLOYEE COMPLAINT ABOUT ANY OF MANS ATTIRE DISTRACTING THEIR CONCENTRATION......:-D
DON'T YOU FIND THIS POST FUNNY AND REDICULEOUS.......:confused:
THIS IS FRIVILOUS AND NUISANCE TOPIC IF YOU ARE TRULY HR PROFESSIONAL YOU CAN MAKE THAT EMPLOYEE UPRIGHT........:icon7:

From Saudi Arabia
As a female i would like to advice you that please meet with her separately and tell her instead of sending mail and all.
From India, Delhi

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