One third of UK workers urge businesses to ditch corporate dress codes

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One third (33.5%) of UK workers have said that businesses should ditch dress codes in the workplace, with a further 36.9% believing that dressing smart at work has become outdated.

Posted inNews archiveon07 Aug 2017 Company profile »

This is according to the latest data from the UK’s leading independent job board, CV-Library .

The survey, which questioned 1,200 UK workers on their views surrounding dress codes within the workplace, found that 82.5% feel that dress codes have changed over the years, with nearly half (46.8%) believing that dress codes will become more casual and relaxed in the future. Other key

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