ITS Dress Code Guidelines
|Effective Date: 05/03/2013|
|Contact your Director or the the ITS Administrator (9-5678)|
Basis for Procedure
To support an open, safe and professional working environment ITS will adhere to the following dress code for its employees and contractors.
- UNMC Photo ID is to be worn and visible at all times.
- ITS employees are expected to maintain acceptable standards of personal grooming and present a neat, professional appearance at all times.
- All clothing and shoes must be clean, in good condition, pressed without tears or frays.
- ITS has two primary types of attire: Business Casual and Casual Friday.
- Business casual attire Monday-Thursday (8 am - 5 pm normal business hours). Business casual attire includes:
- dress pants, dockers, khaki style for men or women
- collared dress, polo shirts
- UNMC logo polos, short sleeved and long sleeved shirts
- skirts, dresses, capri pants, dress shirts for women
- dress/casual shoes; dress sandals for women
- suits, jackets, sports coats and/or ties are optional.
- Casual Fridays is an option for all ITS employees and may include:
- Blue jeans
- Tennis shoes (i.e. athletic shoes you might wear to the gym)
- T-shirts/sweatshirts without offensive language or images.
- Exceptions. Individuals who are working in active construction/remodeling areas may wear blue jeans in lieu of dress pants/khakis. Individuals who work a schedule outside normal business hours may dress casual. (i.e. swing/mid shifts; working at night for system implementations, etc.)
- Professional business attire (suits, jackets, ties) may be required in some circumstances. Employees may be asked to dress in professional business attire in certain circumstances.
- For safety purposes closed toed shoes are required for individuals with responsibilities that require them to unbox, transport, lift and/or install equipment. Those working in construction areas must adhere to the dress code set forth by OSHA (i.e. hard hats, safety goggles, safety vests, etc.)
- The following attire is not appropriate for the workplace:
- Clothing normally worn to the beach, yard work, dance clubs, exercise sessions and sports activities.
- Clothing that reveals too much skin or undergarments (low cut tops, mid-drift tops, short skirts, low-rider pants)
- Character/Logo shirts with offensive images or wording.
- Sweat pants
- Flip flops
- ITS reserves the right to determine what dress attire is appropriate and may require a specific attire for certain meetings and/or events.