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WORKWEAR: A BUYING GUIDE

 

Various organizations have considered human resource as the core components of their operations have devised ways in which their staff can easily relate to each other in their duties. It is common for an employer to issue name tags with the objective of creating a sense of belonging to the organization, but clothing creates a more convenient and productive approach to achieving the intended goal. Work wear may range from:

 

BESPOKE UNIFORMS

Uniforms made by a tailor according to individual specification. It invokes a more luxury touch as it is not ready made.

 

EMBROIDERED CLOTHING

Involves needle and thread handicraft. There are embroiders who also incorporate nonfabric material like beads and pearls so as to create unique tastes. Commonly used in coats, caps, dress shirts and blankets.

 

LOGO CLOTHING

Corporate emblems and symbols are printed being on clothing either at the front or back in positions easily recognizable by a customer.

 

PRINTED CLOTHING

Printed clothing that incorporates custom made messages depending on the target market or seasons. Mostly used as a promotional tool

 

SAFETY WORK WEAR

May range from overalls, boots, helmets, gloves, bulletproof vests and camouflaged jackets depending on either civilian or military line of work. The core objective of their use is to ensure that the employee is safe in the execution of his/her duties.

 

PRINTED HI-VIS- VEST

Made of highly reflective fabric or have a color that is seen in any background. Most common kind of this clothing is waistcoats in yellow shades worn by staff working in dark areas or close to moving vehicles, e.g., mine workers, airport workers, highway workers and railway workers

 

WORK WEAR TROUSERS

Jean wear and casual wear do not qualify as work wear for corporate industry on a  workday.

 

WORK UNIFORMS

This kind of clothing is commonly used to make ranking easier to identify the rank of employees for example in restaurants you will find different attire for various positions so it would make a customer distinguish between employee waiting tables, their supervisor, the cashier and the chef. May also include hats of different shapes and kinds

 

HOSPITALITY WORK WEAR

Hospitality industry includes a strict dress code so as to discern between an employee and a customer. It can be achieved by employees having hats, bow ties, half coats and white coats. Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rZu7ey0CL2c for more details about workwear.

 

EMBROIDERED WORK SHIRTS

Mostly in light fabric and can include names of the organization, department and names of staff adorning them. Works better than handing out name tags to employees

 

EMBROIDERED POLO SHIRTS

Embroidered work shirts can be knitted to include names of designer, team names and custom made messages.

 

CORPORATE WEAR

Dress code transcends through various industries with the business world preferring a full suit wear and tie for men and skirt or trouser suits for ladies. It also touches on the hair styles with the male gender spotting short hair so as to have an official look.