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Delta State University expects all employees to use good judgment at all times regarding personal appearance.
Employee: This generally includes faculty and staff employees who are working on paid appointments by the University. It generally excludes students or temporary employees. For specific information on who is considered an employee, contact the Human Resources Department.
Supervisor: An employee designated by management who exercises major supervisory functions over another employee or employees. These functions include hiring, evaluating, assigning work, and disciplining employees.
Employees are expected to dress appropriately, to be neat, to wear clean clothing, and to be careful of personal hygiene. Flagrant violations of commonly accepted standards of cleanliness or dress may be cause for disciplinary action. Questions concerning the standard of dress for a particular area should be addressed to the appropriate supervisor.