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2018年1月13日的雅思写作A类大作文范文已出，本场考试为社会类话题，新题，讨论员工着装问题。题目：Some people believe that employers should not be concerned about the way their employees dress, but they should be concerned about the quality at work. To what extent do you agree or disagree?在何种程度上你同意企业老板们不要在乎员工的着装问题，而是要专注员工的工作品质。且看7分高分范文及思路解析。
首先，推荐一个词汇。A dress code: the way employees are asked to dress in the workplace 着装标准
一种可行的答题结构：introduction, Body A, Body B, Conclusion
1. 引言段Employers should be more concerned about the quality at work than about the way their employees dress because, although wearing a uniform may promote a corporate image, establishing a dress code is mixed with benefits and drawbacks.
2. 中体A The possible benefits of having a dress code as a corporate image, in relation to the quality of work着装可能提高工作品质
3. 中体B. The possible drawbacks of having a dress code, in relation to the quality of work.着装可能破坏工作品质
4. 结论段 A dress code is mixed with benefits and drawbacks. Although wearing a uniform may promote a corporate image, employers are more concerned about the quality at work than the way their employees dress.
Whether employers should be more concerned with their employees’ dressing manner or their work quality has become a heated topic in recent years.
Some people believe that it is beneficial to have a dress code in the workplace, if only for image reasons. Workers may be asked to wear a uniform to communicate a corporate image and ensure that people easily identify them. This is particularly true to a workplace where employees have regular face-to-face contact with customers and clients. For this reason, nowadays an increasing number of workplaces prefer to set up a dress code and subtly promote the visual uniformity. While it is hard to determine how the visual uniformity is related to quality at work, having a dress code in place may help the way a corporation wants to be perceived.
However, some people think that having a strict dress code may actually affect the employees’ quality at work. One of its biggest downsides is that a strict dress code can stifle individuality since workers are not given total freedom to demonstrate their personal styles. Sometimes employees complain that a dress code causes feelings of stress among themselves and consequently leads to lower effectiveness and efficiency at work.
In conclusion, employers should be concerned about the quality at work, but whether a dress code makes sense for a workplace is a question only employers can answer. With quality of work in mind, it is up to every employer to decide whether he should care about the way his employees should dress.
be concerned with... 关心;关注
dress code 着装标准
corporate image 公司形象