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Summer casual dress guidelines

May 20, 2016

During the summer months, after graduation, business casual dress is appropriate during the workweek. 

Employees are expected to wear attire that is clean, neat in appearance, and appropriate for business and the office in which they work.  

Acceptable casual dress includes Khaki-style trousers, shirts either polo-style or button down, and shoes and socks for men.  Dresses, skirts, pants, split-skirts (skorts), shirts, and shoes/safe walking sandals for women.   

Fridays are Pacific Spirit Days throughout the year; show your colors and support the Tigers!  

Casual Dress is not sloppy.  Unacceptable dress includes but is not limited to: Shirts with inappropriate wording or graphics, exercise and sports tank tops, T-shirts, shorts, revealing tops or bottoms, torn or patched clothing, flip-flop sandals, or blue denim jeans.  

When unsure of what is acceptable, confirm with your supervisor. If attire is inappropriate, you may be asked to leave, change, and return to work in appropriate attire.   

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