DRESS CODE AND OTHER PERSONAL STANDARDS by HC121105222913

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									DRESS CODE AND OTHER PERSONAL STANDARDS


Caltrol prides itself on the professional atmosphere it maintains and
the favorable image those employees present as representatives of the
Company. Employees are expected to use their best judgment in
determining their appearance and dress consistent with the Company’s
standards and the nature of the work performed. Employees who have
questions regarding appropriate dress and attire should direct them to
their supervisor. An employee who is inappropriately dressed when he
or she arrives for work will be considered unsuitable to commence
work and may be sent home.

Effective immediately, employees may wear jeans to work.
Employees will be required to wear a collared shirt, jacket, sweater or
pullover with their jeans. T-shirts, sweat shirts, tank or halter tops
and casual shoes (sneakers, flip-flops, etc.) are not permitted for any
employee. All clothing should be clean and without rips or holes.
Employees are not permitted to wear shorts to work. However,
employees may wear capri pants to work.

Caltrol observes a casual dress day every Friday. Some employees
who have customer contact may not be permitted to participate in the
casual dress day.

Employees who do participate in a casual dress day are still expected
to report to work properly groomed. Sneakers may be worn on casual
day.

The following clothing is not permitted to be worn at work at any
time includes: faded, ripped or torn clothing, T-shirts of any kind,
exercise clothing, swim attire, midriff tops, sweats, tank or halter-tops
or shorts.

Employees required to wear safety equipment or clothing still must do
so on a casual dress day.

								
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