NEW YORK — So how do Americans really feel about casual dress in the workplace?
According to a recent study commissioned by hosiery brand No Nonsense, 69 percent would react favorably if their companies adopted dressier codes, but on the flip side, 85 percent of executives said they feel their employees would balk at the idea. The study, entitled “A No Nonsense Analysis of Workplace Attire Trends,” was conducted over the summer by Wirthlin Worldwide to provide the hosiery firm with information about workers’ and executives’ attitudes toward career attire.
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