Hands down, quality time with the family has been the best perk of being forced to stay at home. However, a close second to that has been the fact that we did not have to jump out of bed, shower, and get dressed in our work “uniform.”Obviously, whatever you wear to work at your place of business is your uniform. Some professions require formal business attire, but the movement to business casual is more the norm today. Dresses, sport coats, nice shirts, skirts, and blouses, are typically considered business casual. There are many companies that allow an even more relaxed look where jeans, casual shirts, and even certain kinds of shorts can be worn in the office. Many companies, feel that if they are not seeing customers face-to-face, a more relaxed uniform is fine and in no way negatively impacts their productivity. This week, Jeff discusses how to make sure that the image that you and your employees project communicates what your products and services are all about. It’s time to put your clothes back on!