Are black skirts still a dress-code option for women with the uniform shirts?
If so - is there a specific type of skirt required? legnth, material, etc.
16Hours wrote: Are black skirts still a dress-code option for women with the uniform shirts? If so - is there a specific type of skirt required? legnth, material, etc.
You'd be better off asking at the store you're working at. The dress code isn't the same for all Kroger stores across the U.S. Even the uniforms are different from one region to the next.
I am sure there are some women that choose not to wear pants. Some Christian women and I am sure there are some working at other Kroger stores that don't wear pants. There is a lady at my store she does not work Sundays never and as far as I know she wears a dress. I don't think Kroger can stop them for it being against their religion that would be discrimination.
Do you have an employee handbook? If not, ask for one.
It may not have the most recent version of the dress code, so that might also be something to ask about.
we have an older lady in the deli wear a skirt. i mentally questioned it myself but she wears it vigilantly everyday and never gets grief.
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From my retailing experience skirts are only authorized under religious dispensation, some faiths really hate their women in pants, so said females of said faiths get the approval for skirt wear (1st amendment rights and all)
If your religious convictions don't dictate your dress code it'll be pants only.