Setting Up a Dress Code in the Workplace

To put more formality in "business casual," start with a memoand follow up a week later with the worst offenders

My IT company generally has a casual atmosphere that our twentysomething employees enjoy. However, these days T-shirts and flip-flops are the norm, and I feel like our professionalism is lacking. How can I get people looking nicer without alienating my staff? — A.N., Irvine, Calif.

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