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- by serenak May 2Just curious. . . .
- May 2 by sali22Is this a joke? Because I lol'd.
I certainly wouldn't.
- May 2 by OrcaScrub pants give you a lot more protection against an inadvertent wardrobe malfunction. While our dress code does not specifically prohibit it, none of my female staff wear dresses or skirts to work.
- May 2 by RockclimbingnurseThe place I'm at requires you to wear scrubs. Even if they didn't, I definitely would not want to wear skirts. If the inmates made the rules, the answer would probably be yes LOL
- May 6 by Erikadawn RNI worked with a nurse for religious reasons she wore scrub skirts, they were pass her knees and she wore tights or leggings under them with no problem.
- May 6 by ILoveHealthCareI've never heard of them not being allowed depending on color, however none of my coworkers do. We all wear scrub pants.
It's a beautiful day to save lives.
- May 19 by wyogypsyIf you are working in a housing unit with tiers, you wouldnt want to wear a skirt regardless of the length of it. If wearing a skirt is something a person always does for religious or personal reasons, they may want to consider a minimum security prison; though do not know if the state will allow anything but pants.
- May 20 by daughI work at a level 5 male correctional center. There is no way I would wear a skirt. It is important to remember the environment you are working in.