One of an employer’s biggest fears is of an employee getting hurt on the job. When it does happen, a slew of health and legal problems aren’t far behind. While it’s impossible to prevent every workplace accident, there are steps that can be taken to minimize their possibility.
Running a business takes time, energy, grit, and resources. Managing your employees’ uniforms requires the same. Time goes into washing, upkeep, and maintenance. Energy goes into sorting, managing, and ensuring they fit properly. Resources go into everything that’s required to keep them looking good.
As picturesque as a winter wonderland sounds, the colder months provide some of the harshest and most dangerous conditions for outdoor workers. There are many hazards to consider.
With so many standards and regulations out there, it can be difficult to figure out what applies to your business and what doesn’t. How do you know whether you’re required to provide flame-resistant uniforms to your employees? And even if you’re not required, should you be providing them anyway?
Should you use short-sleeved or long-sleeved uniform shirts for your business? There are pros to each option but there is clearly a better one meant for your type of business. Let’s break down each type of shirt to help you make the choice. Long-Sleeved Uniform Shirts Long-sleeved uniform shirts are,… Read More
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.
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.