It seems oddly fitting that on this day dedicated to a man and his dream for a better future, that Swiss bankers are seeing a bit more color equality.
Thanks to a review of their insanely specific dress code, UBS AG employees may soon be equal opportunists when it comes to undergarment color choices.
That’s right, the dress code specified what color their underwear could be (skin-colored…if you were curious).
And if you think that’s bad, there are also dietary restrictions. Employees are strongly discouraged from eating garlic and onions.
Unless your employer suffers from alliumphobia, ataxophobia and chromatophobia (an unfortunate combination) then odds are good that your dress code is no where near as strict.
Another thing to celebrate this MLK Day as you prepare to head back to work tomorrow (or wrap-up your work day…sorry)
You can be thankful you work in a place where you are judged not by the color of your underwear but by the content of your character.
Happy Martin Luther King Day!
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…just for fun:
An expert on the importance of dressing for success: