Dear Isomorphic Learning Center;
So, based on what you are telling me, you have a dress-code but you don't enforce it. But then, someone complains that my pants are wrinkled and you take me off the schedule for two weeks to "defuse the situation."
I get that appearance matters, especially with teenagers. But you could make it a little less obvious that you really are just pandering to the wealthy parents that do business with us. I mean, maybe what you mean when you say that you don't enforce the dress-code is that it doesn't matter how people dress unless the parents complain.
Well, that would sure explain why the other three math instructors get to have facial hair, wear t-shirts, tennis shoes, jeans, etc. But God forbid I dress in business attire but have some wrinkles in my pants, coupled with a pissed-off self entitled wealthy mom who has never even met me, and it's holy hell to pay.