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Dress code

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All positions in the store require customer service, so dress with this in mind. No active wear is allowed (no hoodies, sweat pants, yoga pants). No tights, unless they are under a dress, skirt or shorts; skirts and shorts must reach the knee. No tank tops, unless under a cardigan. No sandals, for safety (broken glass, etc.). No head wear unless it is religious, or part of company uniform (Community Donation Center Attendants and Recyclers only). All clothing must be clean and in good repair (no torn jeans). No prominent company logos on clothing. It's a pretty easy dress code, and if you're not sure if something is going to be appropriate, either choose something else or discuss it with your manager first. The dress code policy is reviewed before people start work.

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Employees are not allowed to wear pants that are too tight or too loose which is bizarrely strict for a company that heavily profits off of selling over priced donated items to drug addicts and those under the poverty line

Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Current Employee) - Courtenay, BC

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Depends what management you have it varies. Or if you are their favourite, u can pretty much wear what u want

Answered - Productions (Former Employee) - Hamilton, ON

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Black shirt and Black pants or blue jeans.

Answered - Donation Receiver (Former Employee) - West Kelowna, BC

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Supposed to be black or tan slacks or blue jeans and red or black tops. no sleeeveless but new manager does not enforce for her family and friends. other staff are required to adhere to dress code

Answered - production worker and cashier (Former Employee) - Red Deer, AB

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