Some organisations believe that their employees should dress smartly. Others value quality of work above appearance. Discuss both these views and give your own opinion.

It is often believed by some institutions that their personnel dressing should be tidy while a few hold to a high esteem their
staff
performance in delivering set objectives. In my opinion, both views are valid. As smart dressing portrays a good
image
of the company, quality of
work
done by the
staff
speaks to the
organisations
capacity and capability in achieving their goals.
Firstly
, a
staff
is the mirror
image
of the organisation he/she works for.
This
image
is reflected in the
staff
outward appearance to the outside world. An appearance that should be neat and formal, command respect for the
staff
and by extension the organisation. In fact, some companies like the bank have dress codes for every cadre of
work force
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the work force
.
Secondly
, a number of
organisations
, at the beginning of the year set objectives for their
staff
and either semi-annually or annually appraise their achievement.
This
is used to measure the workers capability and competence in achieving the set goals which form part of the
organisations
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organisation's
goal.
For instance
, I
work
with an
organisations
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organisation
that is
funded by Centre for Disease Control (CDC). The funders give us target for different indicators that speaks to the program my institution is implementing. I set my target with my direct supervisor based on my agreed job description and later evaluated based on my performance in achieving those set goals. When I meet my set targets, I in turn achieve the
organisations
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organisation's
goal which gives them a good
image
to the funders and the outside world. In conclusion, smart dressing and personnel performance both
work
in tandem to give the
staff
high value in the employment market and position the organisation in the competitive market.
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