Who, what, wear: You can enforce a dress code!

Employers have the legal right to establish dress and grooming policies for their employees as long as the policy is not discriminatory. A dress code can be considered discriminatory if it treats employees in a protected class (based on gender, race, disability, religion) differently or if it has a disproportionate impact on a protected class. But even if your dress code isn't discriminatory, you may still be required to make exceptions to accommodate an employee's disability or religious beliefs.

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