Employee mocks company dress code by turning up in cosplay each day

Employee mocks company dress code by turning up in cosplay each day

An employee disenchanted with her company’s dress code has dug into her closet to make a point, dressing up in Cosplay every day in a bid to highlight the code’s futility.

June Rivas was told by her boss that “wearing her hair in a ponytail or donning a head scarf was unprofessional,” despite the company not having a dress code and simply stating employee’s clothing needed to be “clean and pressed” – Yahoo reports.

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Comments (1)

  • Anonymous Grapevine
    Anonymous Grapevine
    Thu, 28 Jul 2016 2:07pm BST
    Out of the box thinking from canny employee towards a vacuous boss!
  • Sir
    Wed, 27 Jul 2016 1:29pm BST
    Promote this person immediately !
    I've always admired taking the mick as an effective means of feedback to pompous and clueless managers..

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