This excerpt is from SKYPRO’s free e-book, “The Ultimate Guide to Uniform Management”. Get the full version of the e-book here.
What should you consider when planning a Uniform Project?
There are several reasons to start a Uniform Project, including when your current Uniforms are out of date, a high volume of employee complaints, or you want your Uniforms to reflect your updated brand image. Wearing the perfect Uniform matters a lot and, in each situation, the crucial first step is careful planning.
SKYPRO always advises against making a rush decision on the Uniform Project requirements. If you rush to define them, you can miss out on the Uniform’s requirements and the opportunities it presents.
Besides, a Uniform Project must always be an interdepartmental endeavor. At least, the Marketing, Safety and Human Resources departments need to be completely in sync and have the Uniform standard established.
It’s also worth noting that what works for a competitor’s Uniform might not work for yours.
In the end, what you must keep in mind is that if the Uniforms cause troubles, your organization will lose money.
Checklists for Uniform Project Success
When it comes to Uniform Management, precision and attention to detail are paramount.
To help you navigate this journey successfully, SKYPRO has developed two crucial checklists that contain a series of information you need to excel in your uniform project:
► Uniform Project Checklist
► Uniform Supplier Evaluation Checklist
By incorporating these checklists into your Uniform Project, you can mitigate risks while fostering a Uniform Program that aligns seamlessly with the corporate image and values.
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