Utah Workers Take Off Their Pants (for a Good Cause)

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You wouldn't generally think of workers in a conservative state like Utah being caught with their pants down, but since summer days in this desert state often reach 100-degree temperatures, one firm has mandated a "No Pants" policy during five of the hottest weeks of the year.

From July 12 to Aug. 12, all employees are asked to wear shorts, skirts, capris, lava lavas, sarongs, kilts, saris -- just about anything other than pants -- to work, and that includes meetings with clients and professional presentations.