The dress code is casual. You dress as you want the customer to perceive you.
Answered - Real Estate Consultant (Former Employee) - South Gate, CA
It can range from corporate to business casual
Answered - Human Resources Manager (Former Employee) - Newark, NJ
Only professional outfit is acceptable.
Answered - Insurance Agent (Former Employee) - Joppa, MD
Strict with dress code. On Fridays they let you wear jeans if you donate a dollar.
Answered - Regional Vice President (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
The dress code is business attire. A professional image is required.
Answered - Insurance and Financial Services Agent (Former Employee) - Myrtle Beach, SC
Answered - Service Associate Professional (Former Employee) - Scottsdale, AZ
Answered - Realtor (Former Employee) - Santa Barbara, CA
Answered - VICE PRESIDENT (Former Employee) - Shelton, CT
Business attire as I was presenting to clients. I enjoyed the attire and experience.
Answered - Retirement Education and Enrollment Specialist (Former Employee) - Miramar, FL
Dress was according to business. If I was doing Orientation suits were required. If it was regular business day, business casual was permitted. Rules were to be obeyed though.
Answered - Learning and Development Specialist (Former Employee) - Newark, NJ