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Uniform
« on: 15-11-19, 03:39PM »

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #1 on: 15-11-19, 03:51PM »
3 shirts, two trousers, two fleece, two name badges for in store. Other depts I am not sure

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« Reply #2 on: 15-11-19, 05:46PM »
 8-) TWO fleece  ??? Or is that fleeces  ???
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Re: Uniform
« Reply #3 on: 15-11-19, 06:29PM »
I AM NOT A REP, BUT......

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« Reply #4 on: 15-11-19, 07:24PM »
Got it....thinking TWO fleece jackets is the correct grammar, though the amount issued for my old store was ONE fleece...so does that make it a flec  :D
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Re: Uniform
« Reply #5 on: 16-11-19, 09:59AM »

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #6 on: 16-11-19, 11:06AM »

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #7 on: 16-11-19, 02:47PM »
If you are a temp in our store they are not having uniform. 

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« Reply #8 on: 17-11-19, 12:23AM »

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #9 on: 17-11-19, 08:51AM »
I can understand not giving temps full uniform, for the costs, and I always disagreed in them being given used uniform from store..in the colder months, many temps were told to dress in black with white shirts, which wasn't always ideal when they were working in the colder areas, and many didn't either know they could wear a plain black jumper, or have one. I suggested many times, that seasonal and temp colleagues should be supplied with padded waistcoats, when on duty, similar to the bag packing waistcoats they used to provide in the old days...they spend enough money on stupid hats, scruffy t shirts etc. to wear at Christmas, surely more cost effective for rinse and replenish festive/temp waistcoats.
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Re: Uniform
« Reply #10 on: 17-11-19, 05:30PM »
Lucgeo .. yes you right there , ours are not having uniform but the still must wear black and be smart. 
When the xmas tshirt are issued they are asked to wear them ..

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« Reply #11 on: 17-11-19, 05:38PM »
Are they still getting badges?

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« Reply #12 on: 17-11-19, 10:03PM »
We keep back festive tops and any tshirts we get to give to temps. There are some community or charity ones that can be ordered. We also keep back some fleece jackets but ask for them back. We never have enough but it's something.

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« Reply #13 on: 18-11-19, 01:49AM »

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« Reply #14 on: 18-11-19, 11:09AM »
Good for you Long Gone but assume you are Long gone by your name.
I agree that festive temps should not be given full uniform due to cost. Other temps may just be temps until store told allowed to keep. They can be with us longer so need uniform but they do tend to get, in my store.
I do however think we should have an alternative option. How about "new to the company" tshirts. This tells customers that they are training and these tshirts are cheaper to produce.

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« Reply #15 on: 18-11-19, 01:26PM »
T shirts are OK for warmer months, but far from ideal for those working chilled or in and out of the warehouse during the cold months :thumbdown:
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Re: Uniform
« Reply #16 on: 18-11-19, 02:42PM »
I can understand not giving temps full uniform, for the costs, and I always disagreed in them being given used uniform from store.

Can I ask what the problem is with people being given used uniform, assuming it has been given run through a washing machine I see no problem with it, in some stores years ago new starters were often given second hand uniform to start with.

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #17 on: 18-11-19, 02:56PM »
penguin,
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"assuming it has been given run through a washing machine"

New starter asks for confirmation in writing that used uniform has been laundered.

Which managers responsibility is it to confirm laundry has indeed taken place, and put their name to such confirmation  :question:
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Re: Uniform
« Reply #18 on: 18-11-19, 03:02PM »
I can understand not giving temps full uniform, for the costs, and I always disagreed in them being given used uniform from store.

Can I ask what the problem is with people being given used uniform, assuming it has been given run through a washing machine I see no problem with it, in some stores years ago new starters were often given second hand uniform to start with.

All uniform is supposed to be returned to Dimensions for recycling. Each individual piece of uniform has a bar-code which is scanned when it is returned and resets a colleagues allowance.

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #19 on: 18-11-19, 05:16PM »

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« Reply #20 on: 18-11-19, 06:12PM »
I can understand not giving temps full uniform, for the costs, and I always disagreed in them being given used uniform from store.

Can I ask what the problem is with people being given used uniform, assuming it has been given run through a washing machine I see no problem with it, in some stores years ago new starters were often given second hand uniform to start with.

This being the same company who are supposed to launder the freezer coats on a regular basis :-X
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Re: Uniform
« Reply #21 on: 18-11-19, 06:20PM »
Ask for loads of everything they will only give you what you are allowed anyway.

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #22 on: 18-11-19, 06:27PM »

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #23 on: 19-11-19, 09:11AM »
Holly c**p where is the link to website to order the s*** on tesco website.

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Re: Uniform
« Reply #24 on: 19-11-19, 05:30PM »
I've got loads of Tesco uniform & recently discovered several packs unopened with Tesco trousers in - which are great for golf  - so muddy at the moment I literally wear then get home & chuck in the laundry bin  , I left in the September cull but nobody has asked me for any uniform back , perhaps I should sell it all on ebay  ;D
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