Workplace wear holds less importance in the modern office

05/28/2013 | Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The

At CHG Healthcare Services in Utah, employees wear casual clothes such as jeans and flip-flops to work because the company believes in focusing on how "our culture [is] going to be encouraging people to be their most successful," says Eric Ethington, public relations and content manager. A recent Office Team survey finds only 8% of executives believe clothing choices significantly affect a person's chances of getting ahead.

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