Dear Frnds, Can anybody mail me dress code policy for a Retail organisation.
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Hi Veena! Normally,employees in retail organization are provided with customised unforms or at least white or coloured over coats with name badges. This is preferable so that the customers know for sure whom to ask for any clarifications for their doubts. While giving uniforms, it is necessary to give them in adequate numbers so that the emplopyees could wash them. My suggestion is to provide at least three sets in the first year and two sets from the secoond and subsequent years.
R Sundararajan

From India, Madras
Hello Veena, How are you doing? Here i am attaching some ppt for corporate staff dress code. I hope this will help to you. Regards Chakri
From India, Hyderabad

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Well Veena, for the Corporate Staff, you can circulate the following
dress code to all :

"In keeping with the Company’s professional image, employees are expected to maintain appropriate standards of dress and behaviour. All employees are expected to be formally dressed during office hours.

For male staff, the dress code would be shirt and formal trousers. For female staff, the dress code would be saree/salwar/formal trousers. Jeans, T-Shirts and trainers are only allowed on Saturday, when a less formal dress code is applied. "

R Sundrarajan

From India, Madras

Dear Veena Please find the attachment of Dress code policy Regards Harith
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I hope the below mentioned might help you ..

Dress Code of XXX Company employees need to be as follows:

Monday to Thursday – Formals
Ladies – Formals meaning Salwar Kameez, Trousers (Capries, Corduroys and jeans are not classified as trousers) with formal tops (Please avoid tops with bright colors and large prints) Sari, sandals or shoes (Sneakers and not classified as shoes)
Men – Formals meaning Shirts / Slacks and trousers with Shoes (Corduroys and jeans are not classified as trousers)
Friday & Saturday – Smart Casuals
Ladies – Jeans, Corduroys, Sneakers / Shoes/ Sandals, t-shirts with collar only, and casual tops.
Men – Jeans, Corduroys, Sneakers / Shoes, t-shirts with collar only, Shirts, t- shirts or shirts to be tucked in (Please avoid sandals, cargo’s etc..,).

From India, Bangalore

Hi Veena,
We follow the following in our company as a policy:
Men: Formal Trousers, Full/ Half shirts, Leather shoes (Monday through Thursday)
Friday: Business Casuals (no sandals)

Women: Salwar Kameez, Sarees, Formal trouser and Shirts or Kurtis
Friday: Business Casuals (Jeans, T-shirt).

All the employees should wear their identity badges on person to ensure security and avoid trespassers within the office premises.

Kuheli Basu
Asst. Manager - HR
Valley Infosystems Pvt. Ltd.

From India, Calcutta
It would generally depend on what kind of retail you are into.
I know of companies that have casual dressing for their office, because the employees would typically be designers, or marketers. This is mostly companies who are into casual apparel retail.
However, it is important for the shop floor to either have standard uniforms or, at least a theme, like black n denim, or formals for a formal wear store.
Hope this helps.

From India, Bangalore

Dress code varies from company to company and the culture adopted by them. For example in one company in Muscat, the dress code specifically mentioned about wearing saree. It cannot be generalised but depends on the organisation

From India, Madras
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