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    Uniform?

    Hey,

    Any companies here provide their staff with a uniform? maybe a t-shirt with a logo or short sleeve shirt with company name?

    Willing to post some pics?

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    i would say most compaines are all remote compaines and there staff work from home. so i guess alot off people wouldnt have any

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    A lot of companies do that in the USA.

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    Kakhis and a polo provided by the company. Nothing all too special, it says Gigenet on the left chest.
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    I think that great idea providing Tshirt with logo?

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    I see it a bit differently.

    I dont work at Mcdonalds, they don't need uniforms. Maybe some complimentary shirts for the fun of it, but i'ver never seen any company large or small who made their it department wear uniforms.
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    We have some white polo shirts with our logo on the front, and Web address on the left sleeve. I work from home, but I wear it when I attend meetings, networking events, workshops etc.

    If I'm attending a meeting where I'm expecting to get grilled by a board of directors, I'll wear a suit. Thankfully, I don't have to do that all too often.
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    Cool. I think that uniform influences on discipline.

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    The idea of wearing a uniform puts me off. The department wearing the same blue or yellow, or white T-shirts looks humorous, I think it's great you may give such T-shirts to your emploees, but not to insist on everyday wearing it.

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