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dress code at office

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CA. Megha Topiwala (Job) (1534 Points)
Replied 24 November 2009

Even i agree fnds.... There must b dress code... it reflacts our professional.... yeh ofcrs there must b atleast 1 day 2 b casual.... it will make the environment of offc very professional as well as light specially on d  day of casual...

CA. Shikha (Chartered Accountant) (4143 Points)
Replied 24 November 2009

Dress code will only make articleship more boring. Articles shud at least not be forced in this regard. If they want to wear formals, they have the option to do so.

ghanesh (student) (26 Points)
Replied 24 November 2009

Dress code should be a part of training, becaz its shows that how you behave n ur working place its shows the nature of peson with casual look

Vijetha (Student) (387 Points)
Replied 24 November 2009

 I agree....Dress code must be  there except one day ( Saturday ).

CA CS Amit Borade (Chief Accountant) (2823 Points)
Replied 24 November 2009

Yes, For all the articles ICAI should design dress code. 

Shashi Bhushan (Learner, Jalandhar) (996 Points)
Replied 24 November 2009

No need of dress code. but our way of dressing should be smart.

RAKESH AGARWAL (CA Final student) (436 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

 dress code shud be there...

CA. Amit Daga (Finance Controller CA. CS. CFA. CIFRS. M.COM. )   (9007 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

dress code is always required.. this is your step towards corporate world.. and ethics are very very important in the corporate

CBV SUBBAREDDY (CA-PCC) (42 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

Iam agree with you.......................

Sakshi Chanana (Article) (141 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

I think dress code must be compulsory as it represents discipline ,professionalism & the correct attitude towards work.

Even we are teenagers nd we also want to wear casuals but since we have entered Chartered Accountancy as a profession we must abide by certain work ethics.Though i strongly feel that on days like Saturday casuals must be allowed for a change & freshness.

Divya (CA Final student) (272 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

If a person's behaviour is respectable dress code is immaterial. it has nothing to do wid reflecting professionalism n all.. Same time, if dress code is completely banned then some ppl wil exploit this and distort the respect of auditors.

Vidisha (PRACTISING CA) (172 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

dress code.........it should not be imposed........decent outfit also goes........like dont xpect one to wear pants when your normal outfit is a saree..........so just a decent wear would go

The Harshit Aggarwal (B.Com(H) ,CS Final) (5263 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

Originally posted by :sivaram
" you are going to be a professional thereafter  dress code is a must "

sangita (student) (168 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

hiii frnds

dress code is necessary except for saturdays.

even in corporate world, on saturdays casuals r allowd...

then why cant the same be applied here???

 

CA Dhaval Ganatra (CA) (185 Points)
Replied 25 November 2009

 i suppose dress code are must yr

it reflects from your dress code itself that you are into a big professional field


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