Why you should have uniforms for your cleaning team
“A few years back, a national survey conducted by J.D. Power and Associates for the textile service industry found that customers are more inclined to do business with employees who wear uniforms because they stood out as professionals and were seen as being more competent and knowledgeable. Those survey results hold true today and can translate into real bottom-line benefits for those companies choosing a managed uniform program for their employees.”g tool. And since it’s on the fridge, there’s no chance of the magnet getting lost or misplaced. There may not be too many marketing tools available that can match the price and benefits of using fridge magnets.
7 reasons businesses opt for work uniform programs are:
- Create an attractive business image. Selecting an appropriate employee uniform can immediately establish a professional business image that attracts and helps retain customers
- Promote a Brand. When employees wear uniforms displaying corporate logos and colours, they help brand and differentiate their business in the markets they serve.
- Free advertising. Well designed work uniforms worn in public become “walking billboards,” promoting a company’s products and services “for free.”
- Prevent product cross-contamination. Uniform programs designed specifically for the food or healthcare industries can help reduce cross-contamination threats; those constructed to dissipate static electricity can help prevent damage to sensitive electronic components.
- Create a team spirit. Work uniforms promote a sense of team spirit and a sense of belonging. This, in turn, can improve worker productivity.
- Employee benefit. Employer-provided uniforms save employees money, and when provided as part of a rental program, eliminate employee laundering time and expense.
- Improve customer relationships. Work uniforms immediately identify company representatives who can be approached for purchasing information, thereby improving overall customer service.
Measurements shown in the chart reflect the size of the garment; not the wearer.
Length (A): from high point on shoulder hem to bottom hem on the back.
Width (B): from side to side just below the sleeves (when placed flat).
Please Note: The women’s polos have a fitted style – if you prefer a relaxed look, choose one size up.