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NC DHHS dress code

NC DHHS dress code

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dress code under Secretary Aldona Wos
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North Carolina
 
Department of Health and Human ServicesDivision of Human Resources
Pat McCrory Aldona Z. Wos, M.D
.Governor Ambassador (Ret.)Secretary DHHS Kathleen Gruer Director 
MEMORANDUMTO:Division and Office DirectorsHR ManagersFROM:Kathy GrueDATE:February 4, 2013SUBJECT:
Dress Code Policy
Purpose
This policy applies to all employees (permanent, temporary and contract) and DHHS volunteersin Divisions and Offices. Division of State-Operated Healthcare Facilities operates under their own dress code policy.This policy describes guidelines on appropriate dress for the workplace. These guidelines arenot intended to be all-inclusive, but rather should help set the general parameters for appropriateattire, and allow employees to use good judgment and common sense about items notspecifically addressed.
Policy
Employees of the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) areexpected to appear for work in attire that is professional and suitable for the work setting.Personal appearance and hygiene play an important role in projecting a professional image in thecommunity and to DHHS customers. Employees’ appearance should reflect what is appropriatefor the job, work setting, and personal safety. Daily grooming and bathing are required.Clothing should be clean, pressed, and in good condition (i.e., no holes, frays, tears, danglingthreads, etc.).
What To Wear To Work Business attire
is to be worn by executives, supervisors/managers, and professionals, Mondaythrough Thursday. Appropriate business attire for employees includes the following:
www.ncdhhs.gov/human resourcesTelephone 919-855-4900 • Fax 919-733-6087Location: 101 Blair Drive • Adams Building • Raleigh, NC 27603Mailing Address: 2001 Mail Service Center • Raleigh, NC 27699-2001An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer 
 
Men:
Blazers, suits, or sport coats
Dress slacks
Ties
Dress shirts with buttons and collars (Oxford-type)
Dress shoes, wing tips, loafers or boots
Women:
Business suits or dresses
Skirts or dress slacks
Blouses, shirts, or sweaters
Dress shoes or sandals, flats, boots, or loafers
Casual business attire
may be worn by team members Monday through Friday. Executives,supervisors/managers, and professionals may wear casual business attire on Fridays, in accordance with theworkday’s schedule. Appropriate casual business attire for employees includes the following:
Men:
Sport coats or blazers
Slacks, Chinos, khakis, or Dockers-style twill pants
Polo, rugby, or golf-type shirts with collars
Oxford button-down shirts
Sweaters or cardigans
Loafers or casual dress shoes
Women:
Skirts
Slacks or dressy capris (no shorter than mid-calf)
Dressy blouse, sweaters, or other type top with a jacket
Casual sandals, flats, or loafers
What Not To Wear To Work 
(This list is not all inclusive.)
Clothing that is ripped, soiled or otherwise in poor condition
Provocative or revealing attire or sheer clothing
Plain or pocket T-shirts or T-shirts with offensive words, logos, or graphics
Off-the-shoulder or midriff length tops
Tank, tube, halter tops or anything with spaghetti straps
Backless or strapless sundresses
Miniskirts
Denim
Shorts, skorts, or cutoffs
Pants below the waist
Spandex or Lycra, such as biker shorts, or stretch pants or leggings
Exposed undergarments
Underwear as outerwear 
Athletic wear, sweatshirts, sweatpants, or workout clothes or shoes
Beach wear 
Evening wear 
Athletic or tennis shoes, sneakers, flip-flops
Hats or caps
Sunglasses, except for documented medical reasons

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