Leo Burnett is asking its employees to dress like they are working at an actual business…and is doing it with a Clip Arty poster that looks like it was done by a run-of-the-mill business. Like Dunder Mifflin.
Really, how did an ad agency allow something like this to be produced with their name on it:
And the copy, which says that the new dress code will reflect their new professional attitude, begs the question: just what was their attitude before?
[Ed note: Yes, yes, I know that it isn't real. However, "fake" or not, Leo Burnett did still produce this visual turd and the copy still insinuates that their previous attitude was not professional. More to come on this very unimportant issue.]