No jeans, chappals while flying: Jet to staff


Dress code diktat to cover family members on vacation as well, recommends formals and smart casuals; Jet employees irked.

Jet Airways’s decision to implement a travel dress code for employees and their families to help it maintain an “image that exhibits professionalism and dignity” has irked employees. Now, while travelling by Jet, attire such as jeans, outfits that are figure-hugging or made of transparent material are out. Instead, they are expected to stick to smart business casuals and formal footwear.

The circular signed by Samar B Srivastava, vice-president, Human Resources came into effect from Friday. “With a view to maintain an image that exhibits professionalism and dignity, all employees are required to be dressed in appropriate attire at all times. This will be applicable to employee and dependent travel, except children below 12,” the circular read.

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