Revised Dress Code Prescribed for All Government Officials and Employees in the Workplace

Revised Dress Code Prescribed for All Government Officials and Employees in the Workplace


The wearing of maong pants for female employees is allowed only on instances when these employees are regularly performing their duties and functions in the field, or if temporarily assigned in actual field operations. in other words female office workers are not allowed to wear maong. READ MC No. 25., s. 1991, Clarificatory Circular/Addendum to the Dress Code.



The wearing of maong pants for female employees is allowed only on instances when these employees are regularly performing their duties and functions in the field, or if temporarily assigned in actual field operations. in other words female office workers are not allowed to wear maong.
However, certain provisions have been clarified in accordance with the CSC's mandate to improve personnel administration, the commission issued MC No. 19, s 2000  entitled Revised Dress Code Prescribed for All Government Officials and Employees in the Workplace.

Regarding the wearing of maong  pants for female employees, MC No. 19, s 2000  states that "The wearing of maong pants, although generally prohibited, may be considered. as appropriate attire when paired with a collared polo/shirt (for male employees), or any appropriate blouse or shirt (for female employees)."
"The wearing of maong pants, although generally prohibited, may be considered. as appropriate attire when paired with a collared polo/shirt (for male employees), or any appropriate blouse or shirt (for female employees)."

PLEASE READ  Revised Dress Code Prescribed for All Government Officials and Employees in the Workplace  below for more details.