Dress Code Policy

POLICY ON DRESS CODE

Valid for all employees of the AKS Group (Vicon Motorcyles & Scooter (I) Pvt Ltd) w.e.f. 1 Dec 2008

The Company's objective in establishing a formal dress code is to enable our employees to project the professional image that is in keeping with the needs of our clients and customers to trust us. Because our industry requires the appearance of trusted business professionals and we serve clients at our site on a daily basis, a formal dress code is necessary for our employees. You must project the image of a trustworthy, knowledgeable business professional for the clients who seek our guidance, input, and professional services.

 

Formal Dress Code Guidelines

In a formal business environment, the standard of dressing for men is a smart trouser with shirt that has the company logo or a suit if the occasion demands and for women, a dress that has the company logo paired with appropriate accessories. In our work environment, clothing should be pressed and never wrinkled.

 

Dress Down Days

Saturday is declared as a dress down days. On these days, business casual clothing, although never clothing potentially offensive to others, is allowed. Clothing that has the company logo is encouraged. Clothing that reveals your back, your chest, your feet, your stomach or your underwear is not appropriate for a place of business. Torn, dirty, or frayed clothing is unacceptable. All seams must be finished. Any clothing that has words, terms, or pictures that may be offensive to other employees is unacceptable.

 

Formal Business Attire Recommendations

This is an overview of appropriate formal business attire. The lists tell you what is generally acceptable as formal business attire and what is generally not acceptable as formal business attire.

 

Shoes and Footwear

Conservative walking shoes, dress shoes, oxfords, loafers, boots, flats, dress heels, and backless shoes are acceptable for work. Not wearing stockings or socks is inappropriate. Athletic shoes, tennis shoes, thongs, flip-flops, Hawaiian slippers, and any casual shoe with an open toe are not acceptable in the office.

 

Accessories and Jewellery

Tasteful, professional ties, scarves, belts, and jewellery are encouraged. Jewellery should be worn in good taste, with limited visible body piercing.

 

Makeup, Perfume, and Cologne

A professional appearance is encouraged and excessive makeup is unprofessional. Remember that some employees are allergic to the chemicals in perfumes and makeup, so wear these substances with restraint.

 

Hats and Head Covering

Hats are not appropriate in the office. Head Covers that are required for religious purposes or to honor cultural tradition are allowed.

 

Conclusion

If employee fails to meet these standards, as determined by the employee’s supervisor and Human Resources staff, the employee will be asked not to wear the inappropriate item to work again. If the problem persists, the employee may be sent home to change clothes and will receive a verbal warning for the first offense. All other policies about personal time use will apply. Progressive disciplinary action will be applied if dress code violations continue.