Not everyone loves working from home. But most people can agree, there's one major benefit... not having to get all dressed up for work each morning.
You probably suspect that many of your work colleagues are taking advantage of the new casual dress perk and forgoing pants on the job, and now a new report from Walmart pretty much proves that’s the case.
According to Dan Bartlett, the executive vice president for corporate affairs at Walmart, the chain has seen “increased sales” for tops, but demand for pants and skirts isn’t strong. A rep for the store also confirms to Fox News that tops are “selling better than bottoms.” Bartlett theorizes that people aren’t buying pants or skirts because they don’t need them while working from home.
And really, all you need to do is check the Internet for confirmation of a pants-less workforce.
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