Can you ask about dress code?
Asking about dress code is fine. However, how you ask about it is important. You may want to know if the dress code is going to be a distraction or stressor for you.
How do I ask my employer for dress code?
Here are a few tips on how to figure out your company’s dress code when it doesn’t actually have one.
- Just ask. The easiest way to figure out what to wear is to ask someone who already works there.
- Take cues from your boss.
- Make sure you’re comfortable.
- Think of the company culture.
- Do some scouting.
How do you announce a dress code?
If you want to be specific about the dress code there are three main places you can do so:
- Your Wedding Invitation.
- A separate Information / Details card.
- Your Wedding Website.
- White Tie.
- Black Tie.
- Formal or Black Tie Optional.
- Lounge Suit or Semi-Formal.
- Jacket & Tie.
Is it OK to ask about dress code for interview?
Of course you can ask what to wear during the interview. You just will likely get an ambiguous answer like “Wear whatever you feel comfortable in.” Rather than asking an open-ended “what should I wear?” you should guide the person you ask in to giving you actual information.
What health questions can an employer ask?
Ask an employee whether they are using alcohol or drugs. Ask an employee who has disclosed she is pregnant how she is feeling or when her baby is due. Ask an employee to provide the name and telephone number of a person to contact in case of a medical emergency. Ask an employee whether they can perform job functions.
Can my boss ask about my illness?
Is it legal for an employer to ask why you are sick? No federal law prohibits employers from asking employees why they are out sick. They are free to ask questions such as when you expect to return to work. They may also require you to furnish proof of your illness, such as a note from a physician.
Can HR ask medical questions?
Once a person is hired and has started work, an employer generally can only ask medical questions or require a medical exam if the employer needs medical documentation to support an employee’s request for an accommodation or if the employer has reason to believe an employee would not be able to perform a job …