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I was shocked last week when my boss forwarded an email to me from our area manager indicating that the dress code for managers and salespeople in our area was being relaxed for the summer months (June 1st thru September 30th). I am no longer required to wear a tie Monday thru Thursday during this time period. In his memo, our area manager stated that he had reconsidered his long-held stance on more formal attire after reviewing the acceptable social norms in the industry.
Ties have been a requirement for managers and salespeople for years, and I honestly did not expect this news.
Thanks to my area manager’s memo, I learned somethings about leadership:
While my ties will miss getting out of the closet the next few months, I’m happy to give my neck a break.
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