Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam says business casual attire isn’t a new trend, but that it’s about to become a mainstream look.
“It’s kind of become a trend now.
It’s a trend that’s going to become very mainstream,” McAdam told Axios in an interview.
“There’s definitely an increase in it and that’s a good thing.
I think the casual wear industry, I think, has been very innovative and very well executed.”
Business casual has become very fashionable.
It has a certain amount of appeal to consumers.
People who aren’t necessarily the typical customers of this company.
“While many business casual outfits feature some form of a tuxedo, McAdam said that the casual look is something that can be worn at work.
He said he was impressed by a recent survey that found more than a third of employees in a number of major companies said they wear business casual at work, according to Axios.”
McAdam also spoke to Business Insider about the recent backlash against “blackface” and said that he doesn’t think it has hurt the company’s image.””
The trend is that business casual can be a very fashionable look to wear at work or on a date.”
McAdam also spoke to Business Insider about the recent backlash against “blackface” and said that he doesn’t think it has hurt the company’s image.
“I don’t think blackface is a problem at all, that it is an issue of how you portray your people and the world you’re creating,” he said.