Want to go commando? Not if you’re an employee of Summa Health System.
The health system is rolling out a new, stricter dress code policy in an effort to provide a ‘neat and professional’ appearance to visitors. That means employees must wear undergarments.
The new policy prohibits sweatshirts, fleece, capris, jeans, fitness apparel, spandex, tank tops, t-shirts and shorts.
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It states that undergarments must be worn at all times and the color, design and style can not be visible.
It also requires that women wear pantyhose with tight dresses or skirts.
As far as personal hygiene goes, fingernails must be kept short and clean without any chipped nail polish, tattoos must be covered, earrings—except a maximum of two per ear—must be taken out and beards must be shorter than 1/2 inch.
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