Employers must bend or lose talent---no government regulations required.
BlackRock is getting a bit more casual.
The world’s largest money manager by assets, which has long had a business-casual dress code, told employees Tuesday that it is relaxing the rules further to allow jeans, according to people familiar with the matter.-RW
The $4.7 trillion money manager is the latest large financial firm to allow employees to wear less formal clothing. J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. earlier this month said employees could wear business-casual attire rather than formal suits.
The changes come as the financial sector tussles for talent with technology firms known for less buttoned-up work environments.