A complete guide to wearing a Halloween costume in the office, according to HR experts

Monday, October 28, 2019

David Barron was quoted in The Ladders discussing how employees should dress for Halloween. David said "there’s no place for sexy outfits, political statements or costumes that might be offensive based on a protected class such as race or gender." He suggested dress codes do not necessarily have to be demoralizing or preachy, but there should be a set dress code so employees know what they can and cannot wear at the office party.

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