When it comes to video conferencing etiquette, we're all learning (and failing) together.
One boss has asked if it's okay to set a Zoom dress code for employees, after they caught one worker on a call with clients while wearing *gasp* a tank top. The boss took to Reddit to ask if it'd be an a-hole move to impose a Zoom dress code.
I’m in charge of a team of people (industrial designers, if it matters) whose jobs involve daily meetings with others in the company to collaborate on projects and usually two or three clients to touch base on progress.
I jumped onto a client discussion recently to check in on a large project, and to my surprise found the person responsible for the call in a tank top in their living room. We usually do business in a pretty formal setting, when we typically come to work the most casual we get are jeans button downs/polos/sweaters, though a lot of times we need to go full jacket and tie/blouse and blazer.