Sunday, January 22, 2017

Rules & Regulations of a private club

understand the philosophy behind the Policies & Procedures

The basic dress code required at the college is really nothing extraordinary in the professional world.

As another student, Alyce explained earlier based on her experience at the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, it is simply expected in the industry.

Please read and understand the following very common policies at typical business clubs all over the world.


DRESS CODE

Members and their guests are required to observe the dress code whenever they are in the Club. Smart casual attire, as defined below, is permitted in all areas of the third and fifth floors, in The Grill and Conservatory, in private rooms and when entering and exiting the Club to and from these areas. In all other areas of the Club, business attire, as defined below, is required at all times. Business attire is also acceptable in those areas where smart casual attire is permitted.

"Business attire" for gentlemen means jackets worn with ties and tailored slacks, or suits and ties. Women must wear dresses, suits, skirts with blouses, tailored trousers with blouses, or evening pants.

"Smart casual attire" for men means shirts with collars and sleeves or turtleneck sweaters and tailored slacks. Seasonally, knee length tailored shorts are permitted provided shoes (not sandals) and knee socks are worn. Sweatshirts, jeans or warmup suits are not permitted, nor is apparel with advertising messages or slogans,denim of any colour, cargo pants, collarless shirts, hiking style boots, boat or athletic footwear. Running shoes or sandals are not permitted.

"Smart casual attire" for women means shirts with collars or blouses, collarless shirts with jackets and tailored slacks or skirts. Seasonally, knee length tailored shorts or sleeveless summer dresses are permitted. Again, Sweatshirts, jeans or warmup suits are not permitted, nor is apparel with advertising messages or slogans, denim of any colour, cargo pants, hiking style boots, boat or athletic footwear.

When dressing in smart casual attire, it is expected that Members will use their good judgement and exercise discretion to ensure that they and their guests are dressed in keeping with good taste and the proper decorum of the Club.

PETS

Pets, with the exception of seeing eye dogs, are not permitted in any area of the clubhouse.

MEMBER/GUEST CONDUCT

• No Member or guest shall give any money or gratuity to any employee of the Club save and except for subscribing to the Staff Christmas Fund.

• Any Member or guest breaking or damaging any Club property shall replace the same or pay the cost thereof to the Club.

• Papers or documents of a business nature should not be displayed by Members or guests in any areas of the Club with the exception of the Business Centre, private rooms or in The Grill & Conservatory where the following guidelines apply:

• Members and guests are discouraged from conducting intensive working sessions which would better be undertaken in a private room.

• Members and guests are asked to exercise discretion with respect to the volume of paper or other working materials in use; showing blueprints, ratification of contracts or viewing other lengthy documents would be examples of activities inconsistent with the spirit and intent of the use of business papers in The Grill & Conservatory.

• In the conduct of business and the use of business materials Members and guests are asked to respect fellow Members' right to quiet enjoyment of the Club facilities.

Source:
The Vancouver Club

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