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Is your dress code 'casual clothing' or 'smart casual' and what's the difference? Your code might say more about your brand than you realize.
Is 'dress to impress' your mantra when you're headed for a job interview? You might want to rethink that approach
Richard Branson put it best: Customers come second, employees first. It's a philosophy that brings unexpected benefits to both the company and its clients.
The blazer is often the unsung hero of a man's wardrobe.
What you are wearing and how good you feel in your skin has a direct impact on how you run your business.
Defining "appropriate'' dress to everyone's satisfaction is a challenge.
Experimenting with colors is not a bad idea at all. Improvise your office look by adding that tinge of color into your look by either wearing a colorful bracelet or a pendant which has some different hues in it.
Those who aren't comfortable wearing a headscarf in Tehran can fly to other locations, the company said.