Some organisations believe that their employees should dress smartly. Others value quality of work above appearance. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

A highly controversial issue today relates to dresscode in an office. In this essay I am going to examine this question from both points of view and then give my own opinion on the matter.
On the side of the argument there are people who argue that the benefits of uniform considerably outweigh its disadvantages. The main reason for believing this is that the formal outfits contribute to the formation of a working and more serious atmosphere in the office. It is also possible to say that the official dress code provides the discipline, so the work efficiency increases dramatically. One good illustration of this is the international companies, such as “Air Astana”, where the all staff have one dress code, and represent their workspace validity.
On the other hand, it is also possible to make the opposing case. It is often argued that in fact the significance of work quality is much more important than the occurrence. People often have this opinion because the outcome of tasks have long-term development of the company. A second point is that is the capability in responsibility on their duty as employee, which should be prioritised instead of used suit, since someone's ability does not depend on their clothes. A particularly good example here is the architecture, the design which is produced would not change if he used other clothes.
In conclusion, I believe both arguments have their merits. On balance, however, I feel that a smart dress code is important. This is because a person in uniform feels an increased sense of responsibility for their work, feels like a part of the company.
A
highly
controversial issue
today
relates to
dresscode
in an office. In this essay I am going to examine this question from both points of view and then give my
own
opinion on the matter.

On the side of the argument there are
people
who argue that the benefits of uniform
considerably
outweigh its disadvantages. The main reason for believing this is that the formal outfits contribute to the formation of a working and more serious atmosphere in the office. It is
also
possible to say that the official dress code provides the discipline,
so
the work efficiency increases
dramatically
. One
good
illustration of this is the international companies, such as “Air Astana”, where the all staff have one dress code, and represent their workspace validity.

On the other hand
, it is
also
possible to
make
the opposing case. It is
often
argued that in fact the significance of work quality is much more
important
than the occurrence.
People
often
have this opinion
because
the outcome of tasks
have
long-term development of the company. A second point is
that is
the capability in responsibility on their duty as employee, which should be
prioritised
instead
of
used
suit, since someone's ability does not depend on their clothes. A
particularly
good
example here is the architecture, the design which
is produced
would not
change
if he
used
other clothes.

In conclusion
, I believe both arguments have their merits. On balance,
however
, I feel that a smart dress code is
important
. This is
because
a person in uniform feels an increased sense of responsibility for their work, feels like a part of the company.

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