More Workplaces Are Relaxing Their Dress Codes

Major companies are taking a more lax approach when it comes to their employees' style and comfort. Most recently, banking firm Goldman Sachs has announced that their bankers' dress should "dress in a manner that is consistent with your clients’ expectations"- a move designed to win favor with larger tech companies based off the West Coast. Virgin Airlines is also adjusting to the times: their female attendants are no longer required to wear makeup and can choose to wear pants instead of a skirt with their uniforms. Both companies also anticipate their change in professional dress will attract more millennials into their open positions.

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