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Chicago Work Uniform Company Looks Back on its History of Sustainability

Chicago Work Uniform Company Looks Back on its History of Sustainability

The arrival of spring brings warmer weather, brighter colors, longer days and sweeter smells. It is also a time to reflect on Roscoe’s effect on the environment and efforts to keep it as beautiful as possible. The uniform services company has always been committed to conserving and recycling natural resources and we pride ourselves in our history of environmentally friendly laundering. Follow through the years with us!

In 1921, founder George Buik was a “gate waiter.” He waited at factory gates, taking home workers’ clothes to clean and bring them back early the next morning. In 1925, Buik revolutionized the …

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Chiago Work Uniform Company: Dedicated to Continuous Improvement

As an ISO 9001:2008 certified company, continuous improvement driven by customer feedback is the core of Roscoe’s quality program. The Chicago uniform company hired Market Measurement, Inc., an independent market research firm, to conduct a brief telephone survey among our customers. The survey, conducted by professional market research interviewers, should require no more than eight-nine minutes, but provide a wealth of information for the laundry service team to make improvements in the products we provide.

The uniform company has conducted customer satisfaction research through Market Measurement since 1992, and past results have been the catalyst for changes in service …

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Roscoe Team Members Unite to Provide Exceptional Service

Teamwork is vital for an operation to run smoothly and efficiently. Steve Jobs had a very interesting metaphor for teamwork. When he was younger he befriended an elderly neighbor who invited him to his garage one day to show him an old rock tumbler. The neighbor got some regular old ugly rocks and put them in the can with a little bit of liquid and grit powder, closed the can and told him to come back the next day. The can made quite the racket as the stones went around. When Jobs came back the next day the man opened …

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