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    Dress Codes

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    The argument I am proposing is that offices should have a more relaxed dress code. I believe that if dress codes are relaxed, employees will increase their job performance and overall confidence at work. This argument deals with human resources which is my current concentration in my major of business administration. This issue also arises in my current position at a bank. The dress code is business casual, but tattoos are not allowed to show when they used to be. This also touches on inconsistencies within the dress code. The first key point on this topic will be the overall performance of employees. It can be very stressful to find things to wear in the morning that comply with the company's dress policy. Not only it is sometimes difficult, but being in a collar-buttoned up dress can cause one to be able to not relax in an already non-relaxing environment. The second point in this argument is the showing of tattoos. Companies are hiring younger people which means some of them have tattoos. It should not be as big as a deal as it is made out to be for someone to show a tattoo. Tattoos do not define a person or their work ethic. The final key point is the inconsistency of dress codes. Through experience, I have noticed some of my coworkers get reprimanded for certain clothing while…

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    Ann Taylor

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    Problem Statement The issue facing Ann Taylor in 2014 was a fairly common one, particularly for brands that have been established for as long as this women’s clothing store magnate has been. This chain of specialty stores was initially established in 1954. As such, it had witnessed myriad changes in styles and fickle customer tastes since the midway point of the 20th century. The crux of the issue that Ann Taylor was experiencing was simple enough: it needed to change with the times without…

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    talk with ordinary questions such as: “What is your favorite color?”, “Do you like…”, “Would you ever….”, and so on. This is done so the other person can get to know you better and see if there will be a chance for second date. The way you should dress for this occasion would be very casual and comfortable. This is due to the fact that you are not going out to a fancy place so dressing too extravagant might send out the wrong message. Casual clothing should include wearing “a simple white tee…

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    We would wear the Save-A-Lot shirt that we are given, but some of us would wear different styles of pants, shoes, and outerwear. Even though what we are doing at work is against the dress code, we are all fully capable to doing our jobs around the store. The most surprising thing about dressing somewhat casually at work, we don't receive any complaints from our bosses or customers. In the article “Does Casual Dress Affect Productivity?” by CC Holland, she describes that if employers are…

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    It’s the newest game in the ‘Treasures of the Pharaohs’ game series, so Treasures of the Pharaohs 1 Line has plenty to live up to. Featuring the best that Top Game has to offer, does this brand new title prove to be a winner? Treasures of the Pharaohs 1 Line Review Treasures of the Pharaohs 1 Line is exactly what it says it is – it is a classic slot game featuring three reels and just one payline. Top Game, a gaming group that has recently begun to focus on mobile games, as well as on the…

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    In her article she speculates that at University traditional rules of dating don’t apply. A very casual approach is taken at University when it comes to dating which Goldhill suggests is because of student’s freedom of time, our tendency to hang out in groups and we get drunk a lot. Topuniversities.com published an article called “Five Unwritten Rules of University Dating”. The five unwritten rules all emphasised that any intimate moments, “having a thing”, saying you’ll meet again doesn’t mean…

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    “Naked in the warm June sunshine, six or seven hundred little boys and girls were running with shrill yells over the lawns, or playing ball games, or squatting silently in twos and threes among the flowering shrubs.” (Huxley 30) shows a small part of what the culture is like in the New World State. Even at this young of an age, children are encouraged to take part in sexual play to increase their promiscuity in the future. One little boy in particular, chooses to not play with another girl. A…

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    Fayetteville VA, in the auditorium. As I ran upstairs, I bumped into a person who looked familiar, and told them so. “I was thinking the same thing,” they told me. We spoke briefly and discovered we did not know each other. Inside the auditorium, a large square of tables was surrounded by chairs, most of which were occupied. Behind the tables was a single row of freestanding chairs. This is where I chose to sit. The meeting began, and I counted the attendees. After late stragglers arrived, there…

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    College Student Thesis

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    students that have engaged in sexual activity with a friend ranged from 49 to 62% (Bisson and Levine, 2009). The results suggested that a primary issue that emerges is attributable to one person evolving an unreciprocated desire for romantic exclusiveness. Which turns the primary advantage of FWBR into a disadvantage. When these relationships ended, fewer than 10% evolved into romantic relationships, they either reverted to a traditional friendship or ended completely (Bisson & Levine, 2009). As…

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    Reflection On Agnes Naera

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    Candice suggests there is a need for a breakdown of the perceptions surrounding work norms in appearance. A common referral during the presentation was to the evolution of female dress through the years. Female dress within a business used to be a long skirt and top which has since evolved to stages where a suit and tie has become more acceptable which is also considered the social norm within a business context. The use of this referral enticed a thought in which I thought of how well…

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