Our dress code policy is very flexible. Basically, just “dress for your day.” Because of our multiple locations and lines of business, dress code is based on your role and location. For example, if you work in a job that interacts in person with customers, vendors and/or the public, then you should dress in business or business casual attire that’s appropriate for your position. However, if (and when) you don’t have that in-person interaction, then dressing casually is completely acceptable.
It’s true … sometimes you spend more hours each day with your co-workers than with your family. And just as it’s important to build strong and healthy relationships within your family, at AOC we believe it’s important to foster strong and healthy working relationships too. And we do this in several ways: