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Dress Codes
National Summary
There are no federal dress code requirements. Most legal problems stemming from dress codes concern gender bias and religious discrimination. Dress codes are acceptable as long as they are not found to be discriminatory. Employers may recommend professional business attire to employees who interact with the public. Casual dress code has been a trend in years past, but some businesses are shifting towards a more restrictive dress code in order to convey a more professional tone.
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