Implementing a uniform policy in your company is a good way of making sure that your time and money spent on these investments haven’t gone to waste. Throughout the years, we’ve seen so many businesses invest energy and time into creating their team uniforms, and after placing their first orders, we see the uniforms slowly fall by the wayside. A sound uniform policy in your business is the only solution to securing long-term success.
Regardless of whether you invest in high-quality corporate wear brands like Barron or others, the success of your uniform strategy depends on implementing and sticking to a policy that can be adhered to. Some companies take a stricter approach to enforcing a uniform policy in their organisations, while others are a bit more relaxed. Whichever approach you decide on, be sure to have it documented and distributed internally.
If you don’t have a specific uniform in your organisation, then strongly consider writing a dress code policy. This will ensure that your employees are dressing appropriately for your industry, and also negates any arguments from staff that certain employees are flouting rules, and creating anarchy when other employees take chances with inappropriate clothing.
A Uniform Policy Template
Keep in mind that a company uniform policy is not there to stifle your employees’ creativity, nor is it intended to be a punishment. It is a mutually beneficial document between management and employees that is set out to protect both parties, and to clearly state what is expected of all involved. When setting up your uniform policy, these aspects should be included to guide you towards drafting a comprehensive document:
- Uniform items.
- Ordering garments.
- The purpose of the uniform.
- Jewellery, shoes and tattoos.
- The company’s uniform policy.
Invest in a Beautiful Corporate Uniform
If you are looking for a company that can help design and produce a beautiful, professional corporate uniform for your business, then you’ve found it. We are authorised resellers of major corporate clothing brands in South Africa, including Altitude, Amrod and Barron. Throughout the years, we have helped many South African companies design and produce corporate uniforms that complement their brands well.
What’s more, since we’ve been around for a while, you can be sure that should you require any after-sales service or customer care, we’ll have your back. It also means that when the time comes to replace garments, you don’t need to worry about whether your supplier is still trading or not. We can help you keep your uniform and stock updated, thus making sure that new employees are kitted out with their quality clothes in no time, and ensuring that faded, torn or old garments are replaced with the minimal of delay.
We also use state-of-the-art production methods, such as silkscreen printing to emblazon company logos to clothes, helping you brand your business while keeping your employees looking smart. These are a few of the reasons why we should be your first stop for all your Altitude and Barron clothing quotes. Contact us for all your corporate clothing and uniform needs today.