The ASI dress code policy is designed to help us all provide a consistent professional appearance to our customers and colleagues. Our appearance reflects on ourselves and the company. The goal is to be sure that we maintain a positive appearance and not to offend customers, clients, or colleagues.
Who does this policy apply to?
The ASI dress code policy applies to all customer facing employees and contractors. This includes but is not limited to, Sales Representatives, Senior Sales Associates, and Bur Ridge Office personnel.
ASI Dress Code Policy:
- Employees are expected to dress in ASI branded apparel
- Sales Representatives and Senior Sales Associates are expected to wear collared company branded shirts when working with customers
- Employees must always present a clean, professional appearance. Everyone is expected to be well-groomed and wear clean clothing, free of holes, tears, or other signs of wear.
- ASI Apparel can be paired with jeans, work pants (Dickies), Cargo shorts, khaki shorts, or dress shorts.
- Clothing with offensive or inappropriate designs or stamps are not allowed.
- Clothing should not be too revealing. Shorts must be of reasonable length and shirts should be well fitting without being skin tight.
- Tattoos are permissible, assuming they are free of any offensive imagery or profanity
- Clothing and grooming styles dictated by religion or ethnicity are exempt.
Dress Code Violations:
- Work out apparel including but not limited to basketball shorts, leggings, yoga pants, sweatpants, and short shorts are unacceptable
- Sandals including but not limited to flip flops, slip ons, leather thong, or pool shoes are unacceptable
- Shoes with holes or otherwise overly worn are unacceptable
- Sleeveless shirts (even with company branding) or shirts exposing the midriff are unacceptable
Leadership is expected to inform employees and contractors when they are violating the dress code. Employees or contractors in violation are expected to immediately correct the issue. This may include having to leave work to change clothes.
Repeated violations or violations that have major repercussions may result in disciplinary action being taken up to and including termination.