Uniform Policy

The Administration

Uniform Policy

 


What is the Uniform Policy?

White House employees are asked to dress professionally at all times, with SS Low Ranks and SS Middle Ranks wearing set uniforms. Uniform rules are relaxed for certain events, such as Christmas, Easter, Halloween, etc. Uniform guidelines are set by the Internal Affairs Act 2018

  • 8iC and 9iC ranks must wear professional clothing.
  • 5iC, 6iC and 7iC may wear a slightly relaxed uniform so long as it remains professional.
  • 1iC, 2iC, 3iC and 4iC may wear any clothing as long as it is smart-casual.

 

What is "Professional"?

Professional attire generally consists of a shirt, tie, jacket and smart pants. However we encourage employees to be creative and create their own sense of professional clothing.

 

How do I know if my outfit is unprofessional?

The Executive Office of the President has the right to define whether or not an outfit is unprofessional. In the event that you are wearing something not appropriate for the job, a member of the EOP will simply ask you to change into something professional.

If a member of staff ranked 4iC or above is believed to be wearing unprofessional clothing they can be sued under the Internal Affairs Act 2018 and a court can rule whether or not their outfit is professional as a Class C court case.

 

Informal Weekends

Employees (including the SS branch and SS low ranks) have the opportunity to participate in Informal Weekends, where employees may dress up as they so wish, considering their outfit isn't outright unprofessional - which EOP shall be the judge of.

 

 


Last edited on 15/11/18 18:32 PM by Dreyer