A data entry job says they have a business professional dress code. Does that mean someone would have to wear a suit and tie everyday?
I'm going to ask on Monday. Does that sound outrageous if they expect a suit and tie everyday?
- zipperLv 61 year ago
It could, you need to ask what the dress code is. It mite mean dressed neatly and clean or suite and tie.
- Sheri2271Lv 51 year ago
No some jobs have a dress code
- KyleLv 71 year ago
never hurts to overdress. wear a suit and tie for the first couple days, then just keep an eye on what others at your level are wearing, then adjust when you feel more comfortable, or enough to ask your supervisor.
professional dress does mean suit and tie. business casual is slacks, sometimes jeans and a nice shirt. and casual is a little less. jeans and shirt, sneakers, polo, etc.
- SlumlordLv 71 year ago
You can ask but yes, it probably means a suit and tie everyday. 20 years ago this was the norm in thousands of businesses and across whole industries, its not a big deal. You get used to it fast and might find you actually look better in a suit and tie (which is the point of having the dress code)
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- DEBSLv 71 year ago
It really depends on what is acceptable where you are. In the Financial District in London, a suit is assumed and required in most cases. That would be considered business appropriate. In Silicon Valley, suits are rare. Business professional would be slacks and a polo. (although for an engineer as long as your t-shirt's holes aren't big enough to see your belly button it's fine.)
- LadyMertonLv 71 year ago
googled it for you
What is considered business professional attire?
Business-professional attire is clothing appropriate for an interview and an office environment. Business attire for men includes suits, ties, shirts, dress slacks and jackets, and dress shoes.
What is considered business professional ... - reference.com
- HelenLv 71 year ago
Unlikely. It probably just means - don't turn up in ripped jeans and sandals.
- Anonymous1 year ago
Yup some places like law firms and or financial institutions have business professional dress codes for all their employees no matter if they are just doing data entry.
- TavyLv 71 year ago
Yes is the simple answer.
- BobLv 71 year ago
maybe they meant casual business, IDK