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25Apr

Positive Company Culture: The Role of Official Uniforms

Uniforms and Apparel

"Building and developing a positive company culture is not something that happens overnight. It takes time to determine what works best for your type of business. From employee incentives to creating an energetic and fun work environment, there is a range of options to consider. One such option is selecting official uniforms for your employees to wear. Work uniforms ensure..."

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18Apr

The Importance of Appearance: Attracting a Younger Crowd

Uniforms and Apparel

"With their oldest members now 38 years old, Millennials and the billions in purchasing power they hold continue to rise. The same is true of Generation Z, whose oldest members are now 23. To attract these dollars, you need to know how to attract both groups. Here’s our guide to having a marketing strategy that attracts both crowds. Mobile Is..."

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27Mar

OSHA Guidelines: How to Create Your Employee Safety Program

Cleanroom, Uniforms and Apparel, Facility

"Workplace safety isn’t just about complying with regulations. It’s about valuing your employees and doing what’s best for your business. Although it might seem like time-consuming procedures and extra training will hit your bottom line, the opposite is true. A safe environment is a happy one, and it will actually boost profits by inspiring greater efficiency and productivity. No matter..."

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25Mar

Hospitality Technology Trends for 2019

Cleanroom, Facility

"Staying on top of current trends is vital for any business, but it is especially important for businesses in the hospitality industry. Whether you are a hotel, in the travel industry, or an airline, your ability to stay up to date with what’s hot now is crucial for your ongoing success. Enhanced Customer Service One of the biggest ongoing hotel..."

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18Mar

Great Tips for Successful Project Management

Cleanroom, Uniforms and Apparel, Facility

"Deciding on how to get started on a new project does require creating a project management plan and sticking to it. If you just jump in with no established goals or objectives, your project will not turn out how you plan and may not succeed. Project management processes can be broken down into six phases or stages: Initiation Planning and..."

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