Communicating and enforcing dress code policies are essential. Learning to set and manage policies by working directly with internal managers, business partners and executives in handling issues such as inappropriate or provocative dress, unhygienic employees is important, as well as identify and mitigating any legal issues.(protected class considerations, working with the legal department, and working with employee requests for accommodations).
Why should you Attend
HR, which is frequently responsible for policy development, must work with other parts of the organization to ensure that dress codes are managed consistently and fairly. Dress and appearance policies now require organizations to develop strategies that align with employer goals and culture while protecting the employer from discrimination claims and protecting employees' rights.
This course will cover the business of dress and appearance requirements for HR or managers .Implementing an easy-to-understand dress code can prevent problems from occurring and ensure your entire staff dresses consistently.
Areas Covered in the Session
How to Handle Provocative Clothing
How Far You Can Go tattoos, facial hair, nose rings etc
How to Deal with Transgender Dress-Related Issues
How to Effectively Communicate Your Dress Code Expectations to Workers
Dealing with Employees Who Consistently Push the Dress Code Envelope
Who Will Benefit
Human Resource -Team Leaders- HR professionals, particularly those who are either in the process of implementing/changing a dress code policy or who is spending too much time on dress-code-related problems
Human Resource Professionals
Employee Relations Professionals
Audrey Halpern is a soft skills training facilitator consultant with 20+ years of experience. She has a background in human resources, as well as in instructional design. Audrey's is currently a faculty member of American Management Association where she trains communication skills.