Dressing your employees in the right uniform can make or break a business. If they’re slovenly dressed, potential clients will be turned off from purchasing anything and loyal customers might not return to visit again because of how poorly their favourite staff member was treated by another representative for the company. After all, you don’t want people associating your brand with low-quality workmanship when it could potentially lead them away from doing any future business with you at all!
Selecting your Workwear
At Tailor Made, we are committed to helping you choose the perfect outfit for your staff. We have a wide variety of clothing, from office attire and warehouse workwear right through to kitchen uniforms! Whatever kind of clothes you’re looking for we can do it all with our premium quality garments that come complete with company logo printing enabled.
We’re here to help make this difficult decision about which is the best-suited outfitting option easier on both yourself and your business as well; whatever requirements or specifications needed by one end up being fulfilled by the other in order to ensure maximum performance when working inside their respective environment.
Trusted Brands are Integral to Success
Going with trusted brands such as Premier, Regatta and Russell ensures that your staff will reflect the professionalism of their uniform. For example, if you provide uniforms for a bank then customers are likely to subconsciously judge the quality due to what they see on employees’ attire. It’s important not only to choose clothing from reputable sources but also to be mindful about who is wearing it; after all service depends largely upon how others perceive you.
Size Does Matter
Dressing for work doesn’t have to be boring and difficult. It’s important that you take the time in order to give your staff a professional, polished look with clothes of their own choosing. Before ordering any garments it is essential that you measure each employee so as not to end up with clothing pieces too small or large; this will only disappoint employees who are excited about starting at your company! Once everyone has been measured make sure all measurements are recorded somewhere accessible (either on paper or electronically)
It’s all in the Detail
As well as sourcing a reputable manufacturer and getting your sizes right, you’ll also want to invest sufficient time into designing a uniform that reflects both the aesthetic of our company’s brand and its values. This will obviously involve including the name on all uniforms in question–in addition, we’ll need logos for embroidery or screen printing purposes. Do you want an informal look? Loud t-shirts might do just fine! Want something more professional looking? Polos with appliquéd logo would fit nicely here too!
Consistency is Key
Whichever style you opt for, it’s imperative that your uniform is consistent with all other marketing efforts. The key to establishing a brand as an instantly recognisable entity is reinforcing the company message through repetition of its logo, slogan and colour scheme. Think what the tick has done for Nike or McDonald’s golden arches have accomplished and make sure this kind of branding consistency in your own uniforms!
When it comes to workwear, safety should be your number one concern. Certain industries such as construction sites or road traffic management jobs require employees to wear personal protective equipment (PPE) which includes things like hard hats and steel toe cap boots. Find out if you have any legal obligations in this respect before exploring our online catalogue of PPE-oriented workwear for the troops who keep us safe at home base!
Get Advice from the Experts
When selecting workwear for your employees, it’s important to take into consideration the type of industry they are in and what standard dress code is expected. It might be a good idea to consult with an expert who can assess the situation before you make any final decisions about what kind of uniform will best suit their needs. At Tailor Made, we offer a variety of services on uniforms as well as tailoring garments from existing company clothes or purchasing new pieces that match your specifications so don’t hesitate to contact us if you need help! We look forward to hearing from you soon!