Did you know that 25% of the American workforce labors outside of normal working hours? Many of those employees are working in the dark. If your business includes some night shift workers, it’s in your best interest to figure out how you can improve their vision while working in the dark.
As the fall air begins creeping in and the temperature is starting to drop, now is the time to start preparing your employees for the cold weather that is making its way into Colorado.
At Service Uniform, we don’t limit ourselves to just uniforms. With our regular route services, we realized that we could be doing more to help business in the community by providing other products and services that they need on a weekly basis. So, we started thinking outside the uniform box!
Floor mats – you’ve heard of them and you know your business needs them, but do you know why and where they’re supposed to go? There’s a wide range of different types of floor mats, all serving their own purposes.
Do your uniforms keep your employees cool or do they function more like an oven? With summer approaching, it may be time to consider whether your uniform fabric is helping or hurting your business.
Uniforms are essential to your brand. Whether you use uniforms to represent your brand to your customers, to protect your employees, or to simply ensure that employees follow dress code, work uniforms serve an important function to ensure the efficiency of your business.
Go onto any company’s website. We guarantee they’re going to claim that they provide good customer service. Some might even say they offer the best customer service you’ll ever get. But sometimes this claim might just seem like a false promise.