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marked by blithe unconcern

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without or seeming to be without plan or method

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appropriate for ordinary or routine occasions

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occurring or appearing or singled out by chance

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hasty and without attention to detail

occurring from time to time

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characterized by a feeling of irresponsibility

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natural and unstudied

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not showing effort or strain

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Additionally, only half (53 per cent) of UK directors now allow staff to wear casual dress on certain days, such as dress-down Fridays, illustrating that the smart suit cannot be written off as 'old hat'.
Accipiter can't explain the change, especially because casual dress in her opinion "has been an overwhelming success.
Within the office setting, a more casual dress may be the accepted and preferred dress code," explains Andre, noting a further benefit of business casual:
Related in some ways to the work-life balance policies is a policy toward casual dress. Casual dress policies have taken organizations by storm, with well over 50% of today's organizations typically stating that they have some type of casual dress policy (e.g., daily, weekly, etc.).
The vast majority (75 percent) described their experience with casual dress as positive and said it improved morale (70 percent) and was an effective recruiting tool (34 percent).
We find it particularly disheartening that, left unchecked, casual dress codes can lead to a work force dressed in Hawaiian shirts, the most absurd office attire ever devised.
But don't be fooled by the casual dress code: The course stands up to any other in the world, adds British transplant Jimmy Burns, a golf instructor at the nearby 400-room hotel Melia Las Americas and a member of Britain's Professional Golf Association.
* different work environment or location that usually has casual dress and supports long working hours/days; and
Business casual dress in American corporations has spread rapidly in the past few years.
allowed about 8,000 workers in the Tokyo area in principle to work in casual dress from Wednesday as part of efforts to reform its corporate culture.
More and more firms are allowing some form of casual dress at work at least part of the time.
On Monday, 26 August, RiRi was spotted in a simple brown T-shirt casual dress. Unlike her other looks, this looked conservative.
"A third of workers say a casual dress code would boost productivity and nearly two thirds feel it would ultimately make them happier," he added.
In the latest issue of bmibaby's inflight mag, Rio extols the virtues of Manchester eaterie Rosso, saying: "The vibe is nice and relaxed, with a casual dress code which I like.