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The way you take care of your body and anything you put on it is an important part of your image. Paying attention to grooming and taking care with your clothing demonstrates respect for yourself and for others. The operative words are neat and clean.
When you attend to personal grooming, do it at home or in a restroom, not in public. Consider the following:
Clothes send a message about how you want others to see you. Especially at for special events or daily work, clothes should be spotless at the start of each day; soiled or sloppy work clothing reflects on both you and your employer. Clothes should be: