Consider this, most people wear a uniform because it’s required, not because they want to. But, what if your frontline team was excited to wear their uniform? Would that make your job easier?
Uniforms are important. They create a unified look, make it easy for customers to find your team members, and can even instill pride–but not if they look like they just walked out of the ’90s.
Attitudes are often formed early in the day, right when people are getting dressed, and It’s no secret that when you look good, you feel good. All this sets the tone for the way team members to interact with your customers and each other. Ergo, bad uniforms can wreak havoc on more than just your image.
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