Is Your Dress Code Discriminatory?

As business and social cultures have evolved, so have office dress codes. Up until the 1970s, starched collared shirts and suits for men and skirts and high heels for women were common nationwide. Today acceptable office attire reflects the strides we’ve made toward gender equality. But while women are just as likely as men to wear pants in the office, gender stereotyping in corporate dress codes remains.

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