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AUTHOR: Charlotte Wolff
In this report on the 2011 XpertHR dress codes survey, we
examine the restrictions applied by employers, how far they are policed, and the
pros and cons of having rules on employee appearance.
On this page:XpertHR's 2011 dress codes
survey Reasons for not having a dress
codeReasons for introducing dress codesEmployers with dress codesEmployees covered by
dress codesChart 1: Occupational groups covered by
dress codesTypes of dress codesChart 2: Are dress codes contractual?Setting
the policyReasons for having a dress codeAdvertising the policyBox 1: Tips for
instituting dress codesRelaxing the dress codeCompliance ratesComplaints from
employeesDress code success ratesChart 3: How successful are dress codes?BenefitsChart 4: Benefits of having a dress
codeDrawbacks of dress codesOur
researchTable 1: Reasons for planned introduction of
dress codesAdditional resources on XpertHR
Map showing dress codes in UK organisations
Map showing survey respondents by geographical location and
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