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24Mar

Five Ways to Set Your Business Apart from Competitors

Facility, Uniforms and Apparel

"To succeed in today’s highly competitive economy, businesses have to stand out from the competition. Consumers now have greater choices than ever before, and just being average will no longer cut it. Just half of new businesses survive their first five years, and only a third last ten years or more. The businesses that survive differentiate themselves from their competition,..."

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17Mar

The Importance of Emphasizing Work-Life Balance

"Achieving work-life balance is an ongoing struggle for many employees. Busy family schedules, workplace stress, and even uncomfortable company uniforms are all common culprits which can make achieving balance difficult. However, as a business owner, you can play a key role by giving your employees work-life balance tips and tools     Why Work-Life Balance Is Important When your employees..."

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10Mar

Pros and Cons of Employee Name Tags

"Name tags can identify personnel and your company and brand.  They’re used in many locations, including hotels, stores, offices, and warehouses. Such means of identification fosters recognition, motivation, and quality control, while company emblems and nametags can feature custom logos that reflect your company’s brand. What people wear to work varies, from company to company, but here’s a brief look..."

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10Mar

Work Uniforms Rental Company Prudential Overall Supply Goes to NASCAR

Uniforms and Apparel

"Prudential Overall Supply recently had the honor of partnering with VF Workwear to sponsor NASCAR driver Austin Dillon, part of the Richard Childress Racing team. As part of the sponsorship of Austin Dillon at the NASCAR Xfinity Series race that was held at the Auto Club Speedway on March 17, 2018, it also included sponsoring the No 3. Chevrolet Camaro..."

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03Mar

How to Properly Give Your Employees Constructive Criticism

Cleanroom, Facility

"In order to create a productive work environment, you need to be able to provide your employees with constructive feedback. This type of feedback points out things your employees may be doing wrong or areas that need improving. It is important to not “call out” employees in front of their co-workers, as this could have a negative impact. Not only..."

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