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Policy on Appropriate Dress for Employees Date: April 16, 2002
 

Summary: Policy on Appropriate Dress for Employees
Date: April 16, 2002
Contents:
Policy Statement
Who Should Know This Policy
Related Policies
Contact for Further Information
Policy Statement
The appearance of employees of the School of Medicine makes an important impression
on patients, students, and visitors. Their initial assessment of the quality of our institution
is based in part on a professional appearance by our employees.
School of Medicine employees, faculty and staff alike, are expected to dress
appropriately for their job responsibilities and to wear the appropriate uniform or quality
of apparel appropriate to their jobs. Examples of inappropriate attire include, but are not
limited to: denim pants (all colors), shorts, sweat shirts (unless designated as part of a
uniform), sweat pants, T-shirts with print, tank tops, halter tops, and other apparel as
designated by the supervisor. Scrub suits are to be worn only in areas for which approval
has been granted. Appropriate footwear should be worn in accordance with duties
performed.
Supervisors will inform employees of these dress standards. Exceptions to the policy

  

Source: Acton, Scott - Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Virginia

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences