Office staff uniforms are a great benefit to any business. But many office staff have never had to wear uniforms. Here’s how to make the scheme stick and implement a uniform without a fuss.
Embroidery is the most common form of branding technique for uniforms, business wear and workwear items. But why? This post looks into that after answering the question of whether embroidered uniforms can be used for any branding styles.
Here is an outline and "How To" guide to creating branded workwear with company logo information and other features (which also includes advice on items, colours and customisation techniques).
Besides marketing, what other benefits can company uniforms bring to your business? The short answer is authority.
In short, all people who work at your company must be treated equally in terms of dress codes. That covers differences in gender, physical attributes, age, religion and anything else covered under the Equality Act 2010. Read on for further explanation on the law on company dress codes.
Printed or embroidered workwear benefits your business in many ways. This post outlines various ways customised workwear really is worth it for your business and what your different options are.
Maintaining the effects of a branding campaign is just as important as planning one if it's to be successful in the long term. So, who's to say that your company uniforms can't help with that?
In this age of political correctness and compensation claim culture, it's a wise move to check the law on company uniforms in terms of religious expression. This should help to minimise the risk to your business.
If you want to improve teamwork and increase brand awareness, a new company uniform will help. This post outlines why in one easy 2 minute read.
If you're implementing a new work clothing policy anytime soon, but expect staff to be apprehensive to the idea at best; here's three steps to convince staff that uniform is a good idea.