Many companies do not stipulate a dress code or have a corporate clothing policy for their employees, which can lead to many uncomfortable situations for both the employee and employer. A dress code or corporate clothing policy is designed to address safety, gender, race and even religion.
A corporate clothing policy is a valuable tool that provides guidelines to employees to help them dress appropriately in the workplace. This policy should always be respectful and positively offer an explanation for why it is needed.
Reasons for Implementing a Corporate Clothing Policy
Typically, a corporate uniform policy will first outline what is expected and why such a policy is required. Reasons may include
- To promote and reflect the company’s image.
- To protect the employee from harassment or discrimination.
- To prevent incidents where other employees rights and dignity are infringed.
- To ensure the safety of technical and operational employees in the course of their duties.
Corporate Clothing Benefits for Men and Women
No corporate clothing policy will cover all contingencies, and there are many surprising benefits of a corporate uniform to both employer and employees.
Customised Corporate Wear
Imagemakers, a manufacturer of Corporate wear based in Cape Town since 1982, specialises in the design and production of coordinated corporate wear collections that are practical yet project professionalism, style, and confidence.
All their collections are tailormade in their factory. Clients can choose from a variety of mix and match uniform styles and colours to keep in line with the company’s image, without the employee losing their individual style. The fabrics are all easy to care for, machine washable, and require very little ironing.
Corporate Uniform Programme
Imagemakers has over 40 years of experience designing and implementing corporate uniforms for men and women. They have dedicated Account Managers who guide companies looking for corporate wear for employees through the entire process from fittings to packaging.
Mix and Match Corporate Uniform
Imagemakers have prudently designed their office uniform collection to maximise the number of outfits an employee can create. This not only allows for unique styling opportunities based on a capsule wardrobe but is also very cost-effective.
- 5 garments will provide 8 outfits.
- 7 garments will provide 18 outfits.
- 9 garments will provide 34 outfits.
Employees who wear a corporate uniform share a camaraderie in knowing they look and function as one professional team. Corporate office clothing also makes a statement about a company’s status and its ability to provide consistency at all levels.
Imagemakers Corporate Wear
Although Imagemakers is based in Cape Town, they have offices in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Botswana and Cape Town. If required, their consultants will also travel to other areas of South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, and other African countries on request.
Imagemakers can conveniently deliver within three working days to major city centres and within five working days for outlying areas.
Order your free corporate uniform catalogue or make contact with one of their Consultants for further advice.