A tool belt is generally a requirement.
But, my rules.
I was hoping for a fan belt.
We couldn't wear jeans or tennis shoes and were expected to dress appropriately for the office.
When teaching a shirt and tie was sort of expected-and I always complied although I rebelled by not buttoning the top button.Hate having to do that...
Yea. The top button could cut both your carotids.
I once taught a class (basics of the ecraft) with my pants down.
Distracting people on purpose had an educational angle, among others.
No, but there are limits.
I spy, with my little eye, something that begins with "slippers".
Clothing is often optional, when hiding in a bunker. Now that I'm unemployed, I am finally wearing both socks and pants at the same time.
Business casual, though some dress less casual than others.
Though I have had several that required a uniform.
Just buiness casual which for this company is dockers and a golf shirt. I spent 12 years wearing a suit and tie so this is much more comfortable.
Suit and tie.. Such an impression, they make!
For everyone else, not for me. All the other guys have uniforms with their names. I've been there 8 years and all I have are a couple t-shirts with the company logo. But they're dark blue and I don't wear them when it's 90-something degrees out. I usually just wear a white or light gray t-shirt and some jeans or Carhartts.
I'm not working yet but when I do I will need clothes similar to those surgeons wear
Yes, i usually have to wear a formal dress.