In production the dress code is really just limited to safety. Long pants, close toed shoes, long hair tied up, etc.
There is no dress code, office casual
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK
Sure there is, but nobody follows it in Hagerstown and management NEVER addresses it. HR just constantly sends out reminders on what's appropriate vs not (childish) and you still see people wearing sneakers during the week, yoga pants, hoodies, ragged/torn clothes and very tight and revealing clothes. It's quite unprofessional and unfortunate for those that actually dress professionally even with a business casual or casual dress code.
Answered - Executive Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA
It depends on the Manager
Answered - Systems Engineer (Former Employee) - Omaha, NE
Jeans can be worn daily but tennis shoes only on Fridays
Answered - Pricing analyst (Current Employee) - Hagerstown, MD
Answered - Client Service Analyst II (Current Employee) - Omaha, NE
Yes. Business casual
Answered - Implementation Project Manager (Current Employee) - Louisville, KY
Answered - Test Analyst (Former Employee) - Omaha, NE
Yes, business casual.. Fridays and during the summer months casual dress is acceptable with some limitation
Answered - Senior Regional Credit Manager (Former Employee) - Coral Springs, FL