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Time for a Work Uniform Revamp?

Work Uniform Upgrade & Revamp

When was the last time your employees received upgraded work uniforms? If you’re multiple years into your current uniform program, or have renewed it a few times without receiving replacement uniforms, your uniforms may be too old and worn to optimize your company’s branding, to maximize employee morale and may actually put your employees...

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Looking for a Work Uniform Company? Here Are 3 Selection Criteria

Looking for a Work Uniform Company? Here Are 3 Selection Criteria

If you are considering a work uniform rental program for your business, you’ll want to find the best option for your industry and your budget. But should you go with a nationally recognized brand or a local independent? Do you need specialty uniforms? What are the costs and how do you avoid providers that...

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5 Reasons to Implement a Work Uniform Program

5 Reasons to Implement a Work Uniform Program

With all of the difficult decisions you have to make for your business every day, here’s one that should be easy: what should your employees be wearing? It’s a simple question, but it’s one with a lot of possible answers; finding the right one can take a lot of work. Whether your employees are...

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Work Uniform Quality Down to the Last Button

Work Uniform Quality Down to the Last Button

You don’t last six decades in the work uniform business unless you’re pretty good at the details. Details are the difference between a durable, high quality work uniform that looks and feels good and a uniform that doesn’t really make the effort. That’s why we don’t just provide the highest quality work uniforms –...

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Who Should Wear Enhanced Visibility Work Uniforms?

Who Should Wear Enhanced Visibility Work Uniforms?

For some employees, like road construction workers or airport ground crews, work uniform visibility requirements are established by federal regulatory agencies like the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the US Highway Administration, which have specific standards like ANSI/ISEA 107 for what constitutes “high-visibility” clothing and who is required to wear it. But...

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