Considerations for Employers During Hot Weather and Tips on Dealing with Appropriate Work Attire When the Mercury RisesPosted in : Seamus Says - Employment Law Discussion on 8 August 2023
Julie: Okay. Great. And so then, Michael, if you could bring up our next poll question for us, please. So we're going to move on to a little bit of the weather and find out whether you have a dress code policy. "Is your dress code policy still fit for purpose with the increase in heat waves?" And I am aware of the irony saying this as it's overcast and windy where I am, and probably where you are too.
So do you have a dress code policy? Yep, everything is covered. So again, you aren't too concerned about that. Yes, but you think it could be reviewed. We're going to look a little bit about more uniforms, about those key temperatures, and how effective people can be in the
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