If you’ve ever felt stuffy and uncreative because of the clothes you’re wearing, employees at professional services firm PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) know how you feel.

The company’s Australian operation scrapped its dress code on Wednesday to help increase the creativity of its employees, and also to remain competitive in the race for top talent. That’s right, no dress code. Get your wild t-shirts out.

It’s a complete about face from an incident involving a London woman, a temporary receptionist at PwC, who was sent home for not wearing heels in May. Read more…

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Company scraps dress code so that its employees can be more creative