it's regarding dress code. The company's dress code policy allows business casual for non-management personnel from Mondays to Thursdays, which means slacks and golf shirt/poloshirt would be acceptable. One arrogant supervisor wanted to implement a business/corporate attire (coat and tie) on a certain day of the week. Anybody who doesn't comply would have to pay a fine, which will be used for a team activity or for food on the team's christmas party. There was no consensus from the team prior to the release of the email. The supervisor planned it and finalized it.
Can a supervisor overrule the company policy on dress code for solicitation of funds that will be used for non work related activity.
And isn't solicitation not sanctioned by the HR being frowned upon, if not downright wrong?
Does the supervisor have the right to terminate an employee for failure to comply or insubordination on such non work related matter such as this?