Union Bank of India removes Navratri Colour Dress Code Circular
As per the circular, all staff and on-site vendor partners had been asked to follow a daily color dress code for the festival. From 7th October yellow, grey, orange, green, white, red, royal blue, pink and purple for the last day, 15th October.
After facing flak, Union Bank of India removes its bizarre order mandating a section of its staffers compulsorily adhere to a special ‘Navratri’ dress code. This was given on 1st October, the detailed order ‘Navratri Celebration and Dress Code’ was signed by General Manager, AR Raghavendra.
As per the circular, all staff and on-site vendor partners had been asked to follow a dress code for the festival daily from 7th October, yellow, green, grey, orange, white, red, royal blue, pink, and purple for the last day, 15th October. To make sure compliance, GM Raghavendra warned of a Rs 200 fine each for not sticking to the color code and daily group photos of all staffers.
On 14th October, there will be a Chaat Party and staffers have been advised not to carry their lunch boxes, besides indoor games for staff and executives, post-lunch from 3 p.m. onwards. We request you all to make yourself available and not to keep any meetings. Raghavendra said. Signing off with a request to all to follow the day-wise color code scheme and make the celebration a grand success.