Halloween 2022 guidelines for attire! The suggestions below are not a FULL list of everything you can and cannot do… They’re just some suggestions to help you plan for an awesome day that does not get HR called on you.
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HealthPoint Team – DRUM ROLL…You are officially encouraged to wear Halloween attire on Monday, October 31st, 2022! First and foremost, we must ensure we’re providing a welcoming space for our patients and the excellent care they deserve. Halloween-themed clothing is brand new this year. Let’s be sure we understand the assignment. A few friendly reminders follow:
- Make sure you can safely perform your job in your outfit. Edward Scissorhands is out.
- A costume that starts with “sexy” isn’t on the menu. Save your perfect Magic Mike-inspired outfit for the after-party.
- Don’t terrify people. Pass on that flesh-eating zombie costume unless you’d like to spend an afternoon with HR. (Love you, HR, but… y’all get it.)
- Show your face – We already wear masks; let us see that perfect winged liner!
- Avoid religious, political, disability, national origin, sexual orientation, racial, or age variety costumes.
- Be fun, not offensive. Participate! Even if you’re not the costume type.
- Google some zero-effort costumes and amaze us with your creativity.
- Accessorize your everyday work attire with props like hats, wigs, face paint, or headbands – Queue Dr. Nic in a chef’s hat! Group costumes are encouraged!
It is all about strengthening bonds with your coworkers and having FUN! Cop costumes are fabulous! Having the cops called because you brought your nunchucks to the clinic isn’t. Leave the faux (and real) weaponry at home. TAKE PHOTOS AND SHARE THEM WITH ME! The Senior Leadership Team has trusted all of us with this new costume adventure. Let’s make SLT and ourselves proud by using good judgment. Thank you all for all you do, Nancy Dee MarCom Department
If you have any questions, please get in touch with Sharlese Hasan.
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