Getsie Jesse
Manager Human Resource
Deepalisaxena
Hr Generalist
Muhammed Surur
Oracle Dba
+1 Other

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My organization is insisting me to follow dress code even when I come in night shifts. I work as an Oracle DBA.
As per our dress code I have to wear tie and formals even when I'm coming to office for night shift.
If I don't follow then office security is noting down my empid and sending the details to Hr to deduct 500 from my salary.
Do I really need to work for this organization and accept such a stupid policy? In fact this is an MNC(Hyd).
Please let me know the solution to face this ...?

From India, Bangalore
Hi Krishna,
The choice is yours, whether to work for the company or not.
Regarding Dress code:
If every employee working in the night shift is expected to follow this dress code and if all of you find it inconvenient the best way is to write a grievance letter signed by all employees working in the night shift and submit the original to the Head- HR and a copy of the same to the Management representative. Request them for a meeting regarding this; as this is a very simple issue and this can be sorted over the desk.
The management will certainly consider employees request and will do the needful.
Regards,

From India, Madras
Hi Krishna,
Please understand that even if it is a night shift but those are working hours and you are supposed to dressed up in formals when you are at work, no matter what time or shift it is. I suggest you follow the rules, formal dressing also helps in creating working environment.
Regards
Deepali

From India, Delhi
hi krishna
am looking for a job in oracle dba as trainee or not . iam a fresher and b tech computer science professional and took certification in oracle 10g dba. iam looking for a job in oracle dba . So please provide me any job in oracle dba and salary is not much important

From India, Ernakulam
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