There’s more to your brand’s reputation than employee behavior and quality of work. Subtler things and unexpected touches, like floor mats and pressed linens, can make a great first impression and help strengthen your image.
It’s important to know what you’re getting into before signing a uniform and linen service agreement or renewal. Regardless of the vendor, make sure the following procedures are in writing, clearly defined and explained. And always read the fine print.
Looking for new ways to amp up performance and keep your employees happy and comfortable? Today’s trends include uniforms designed for more fashion-conscious workers, with special fabric, fit and features that help maximize their productivity and comfort.
Effective inventory management is important to success. It ensures the right products are available for workers to do their job, while optimizing cost efficiencies. But managing inventory is not an easy task, and your time is better spent on serving your customers.
Without the right inventory management procedures in place, it can be easy for your employees to lose or damage uniforms and linens, resulting in costly losses for your business. Here are five easy ways to help prevent loss and protect your bottom line.