In the battle between executives and employees over what is appropriate work attire, some bankers have found a charitable compromise.

Last spring the local chapter of Habitat for Humanity came to Community Bank of Sullivan County, Monticello, N.Y., for a favor. The nonprofit, which builds homes for low-income families, asked the bank to allow employees to buy the right to dress down for a day with a $5 donation.

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