In the don’ts list of the circular, the MMRC has directed, not to wear T-shirts, sweat shirts, tank tops, shoestring straps, jeans & denim.
Mumbai: The Mumbai Metro Rail Corporation (MMRC) has issued a new dress code diktat to its employees. The new circular reads: “No visible tattoos, no body piercing except for earrings, no wearing T-shirts without collar, no tank tops, no jeans, no ripped clothes and no sweatshirts at work.”
The MMRC feels that its workforce is not paying attention toward their dress code. While, the MMRC is known for implementing new age technology via usage of social media and new age communication tools, it in the circular has claimed, “It has been observed that there is a lack of attention among employees in following the dress code defined in the MMRC HR policy. As an employee of the corporation, it is expected that the employee’s dress code convey a professional image at all times. Therefore, do’s and don’ts of dress code as per HR policy on uniforms are reiterated.”
An MMRC spokeswoman, confirmed about the dress code circular. She said, “The circular on dress code was as per the HR policy of MMRC. It is an internal circular.”
However, an MMRC official said, “MMRC has appointed many youngsters in its engineering and accounts section.
It was observed that at times they did not follow the dress code. Hence, this was just a reminder for these professionals who are working on both permanent or contract basis.” Further, in the list of do’s it said men employees are expected to wear formal shirt, trouser, socks and formal shoes, women employees are expected to wear professional formal pants, tops, shirts, jackets, formal skirts (knee length or more).
In the don’ts list of the circular, the MMRC has directed, not to wear T-shirts, sweat shirts, tank tops, shoestring straps, jeans and denim. It also indicated that there should be no visible tattoos and body piercing (except earrings), extreme hairstyle or wearing ripped and dirty clothes. MMRC is the executing agency of the crucial north-south link via construction of the 33.5-km-long Colaba-Bandra-Seepz Metro-3 underground corridor for which the civil works are ongoing.