Why the Office Dress Code Is Slowly Dying | Inc.com

Takeda Pharmaceuticals, many U.S. employees can be found in jeans on a daily basis. The company relaxed its dress code last August based on feedback in a regular survey.”The new dress code was intended to provide an even more comfortable workplace where employees can do their best work, a high priority for Takeda,” says spokesman Jim Schwartz, adding that the company respects individual expression in appearance and dress, as well as the variety of work. On days that employees are working with vendors or external partners, they’re expected to dress more formally than if they’re primarily working alone.

Source: Why the Office Dress Code Is Slowly Dying | Inc.com

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