Investment bank Goldman Sachs has announced a new company-wide ‘flexible’ dress code to reflect the changing nature of its workplaces, generally. Its stated aim is ‘to create a welcoming environment for all’ — which has led some to suspect the change is to attract crypto-personnel.
This isn’t to say that employees can now turn up to work wearing whatever they like. We are still talking about Goldman Sachs, after all.
In an internal memo, the executive management team make it clear that:
…casual dress is not appropriate every day and for every interaction and we trust you will consistently exercise good judgement in this regard. All of us know what is and is not appropriate for the workplace.
However, due to the shifting trend of workplaces towards more casual environments and Sachs’ one firm philosophy, the company has applied this new ‘flexible’ dress code across the board.
Sign O’ The Times
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