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Let’s face it, we are definitely a divided nation that’s on the verge of massive cultural shifts. Many cultural norms that are on the way out, include cars driven by people, fast food servers, and wired communication. On the way in, are self-driving vehicles, automation and artificial intelligence (AI), and Wi-Fi and 5G technology. There’s obviously those of us who are entrenched in centuries of puritanical protocols, and then we have the Millennials, who don’t seem to want to play by any rigid corporate paradigms. Probably the biggest shift we’ve seen concerning individuals has been the influx and acceptance of tattoos and piercings. To a certain extent, we can probably add Generation Xers into this mix as well. But, the data we have now is pretty mind blowing when we see how many people are altering their bodies. It used to be that you’d expect to see your local corner store clerk or barista at the coffeehouse sporting ink and body bling. However, anymore it could be your doctor or accountant flashing a tat or a nose ring. A staggering 40 percent of people ages 26 to 40, and 36 percent of 18 to 25 years old have tattoos; while 22 percent of 26 to 40 year olds, and 30 percent of 18 to 25 year olds have at least one body piercing, according to the Pew Research Center .1 “The coming-of-age of Generation X and Millennials signals one of the most significant transfers of economic power in history, and that means recruiting and talent retention efforts are now fixed squarely on these two tech-savvy, laid-back, globally-minded generations,” wrote Sarah Landrum in her Forbes piece entitled “Are Millennial Employees Driving Casual Dress Codes?”2 There’s a societal shift happen in the workplace too, and the trend is one towards casual. Many companies, such as IBM and General Electric, have relaxed their dress codes to do away with formal attire that included dress shirts and dress pants to more business casual attire. Then there’s those that have gotten rid of dress codes completely. The following are some of the most recent newsworthy violations of dress codes:
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