German bank lets customers vote on clothing style advisers

The German bank Frankfurter Sparkasse lets customers decide how the consultants working for the company should dress in the future, Bloomberg writes Monday.


The German bank Frankfurter Sparkasse lets customers decide how the consultants working for the company should dress in the future, Bloomberg writes Monday.

In various branches of the bank, customers can cast their vote based on photos. Two employees previously participated in a photo shoot, in which they show the different options. They range from suits with ties to jeans with sneakers.

According to a spokesperson for the bank, the question of clothing style was raised internally. "So we said, let's ask our customers for their opinion. Based on the results, we will develop recommendations. However, they will not be binding."

Hamburger Sparkasse, also a German bank, introduced an informal style for its employees three years ago. The tie has since disappeared from view.

REF: https://www.nu.nl/economie/5795805/duitse-bank-laat-klanten-stemmen-over-kledingstijl-adviseurs.html

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