Companies often give their employees a more relaxed dress code during the hotter summer months. While this allows for a more comfortable atmosphere in which to work, it can often create an environment of confusion around what is appropriate to wear. JGL’s Brian Markovitz recently spoke with Law360 to discuss the parameters of a summer dress code and corporate best practices.
“As it heats up, people wear less clothing, it's important to remind people to keep it professional,” Markovitz states in the Law360 article. “Have your human resources person just reiterate what the policy is as far as appropriate length of clothing, coverage of clothing and what is and isn't inappropriate clothing to wear.”
Law360 continues this discussion with direction for companies to follow. To read the full article, click the image below.
As principal in Joseph, Greenwald & Laake’s Labor and Employment and Civil Litigation practice groups, Brian has extensive experience representing clients in labor cases. He has won his clients numerous highly profitable settlements and has been honored as one of the nation’s top 100 trial lawyers for his work.