All who represent the MTC are to maintain the highest standards of honor, integrity, morality and consideration of others in personal behavior. By accepting employment at the MTC, employees evidence their commitment to observe this code of conduct. Employees of the MTC should always be modest, neat, clean, and consistent with the dignity that represents The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. As a matter of personal commitment, an MTC employee should seek to demonstrate in daily living those moral virtues encompassed in the Gospel of Jesus Christ, and be honest, live a chaste and virtuous life, obey the law, use clean language and respect others.
MTC employees dress in missionary attire while working at the MTC and adhere to the "Dress and Grooming Guidelines" for missionaries. At the time of hire, new employees receive a copy of these guidelines. In general they describe conservative hairstyles and modest, dressy clothing. Men wear suits or dress slacks with whites shirts and ties and dress shoes. Women wear suits or skirts with tops such as jackets or vests and sweaters or blouses. They also wear dressy shoes and hose.
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