Sender: Leila Shapiro <[log in to unmask]>
Subject: Re: ? dress code
I am glad that someone brought this up because I have been concerned about
this, but have been usure about if this is a problem! Some people on my
staff wear shorts to work. Some are knee-length and some are designer and
look professional and spiffy. Some are short-short and some are cut-off
and some are sort-of-short. No member of the public has compained. We do
not have a dress code. When people are behind the circ desk nobody can
see their legs, but of course they can be seen when they (frequently)
leave the cover of the desk to do somehting else.
Are we trying for an image? Does anyone care? My own bent is to see if
this comes up for exploration by one of our quality teams. Does dress
reflect only on the idividual or on the institution as well?
Please sound off.
Montgomery County, MD
On Thu, 30 Jun 1994 [log in to unmask] wrote:
> with the warm weather upon us some staff are coming to work wearing shorts..
> Brooklyn Public Library does not have a dress code and i'm curious to
> see if any libraries have a dress codeplease contact me thru this menu
> or by mail to:susan raboy 10 clinton street brooklyn, ny 11201
> thank you
> susan [log in to unmask]