Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Two independent work uniform rental providers serving the Chicagoland area were acquired last year by billion dollar, publicly held companies. Have you lost your driver, experienced any service interruptions and found questionable billing?
If so, now is a great time to consider switching to The Roscoe Company before your agreement auto-renews for another five years!
For almost 100 years, Roscoe provides work uniform excellence. We help ensure that your employees look great in front of customers, work safely and are productive. Of the many reasons to use our work uniform rental service, here are the top 5:text
Monday, February 12, 2018
When we powered up our new auto-sorting system at the beginning of this year, we ushered in a new era of work uniform rental excellence, capping a 10-year capital improvement plan that provides our customers with a level of service unmatched in the industry.
Now that's how you start a new year!
Our new auto-sorting system is second-to-none in the industry – anywhere in the world. It gives us the capacity to sort and track up to 3,000 work uniform garments an hour with pinpoint accuracy and automation that puts the human touch where it belongs – in thorough quality inspections at the beginning and end of the process. It sets the stage for us to continue to grow our market share over the next decade, with unmatched customer service.text
Tuesday, February 06, 2018
The flu season this year is being characterized as more intense than any since the 2009 swine flu pandemic, with more people seeking medical help for flu-like symptoms and a high rate of hospitalization among those who fall ill.
Here's what you can do about it at your company to protect your employees from catching the flu, at the sink and beyond.
Flu shots are the first line of defense. Their effectiveness, however, depends on how well matched the vaccine is to the strain responsible for the outbreak, which can be difficult to determine in advance. This year's flu virus is a particularly virulent strain, health officials say, for which the vaccine may be less effective.
Although they are recommended, you cannot rely solely on a flu shot to protect yourself from getting sick.