Work Uniform Blog

New to Work Uniform Rentals? What You Need to Know

New to Work Uniform Rentals? What You Need to Know

If you’re considering a work uniform rental service, you’ll be faced with several options:

  • Local independent vs. national supplier
  • Customized vs. cookie-cutter program
  • Several options that can impact both cost and cost justification

The purpose of this blog is to explain some of the pros and cons of each option and to understand the overall cost justification.

Local vs. Independent

The national suppliers are taking over the market by buying up many smaller independents. They tend to be process efficient and somewhat cheaper (at least initially), just don’t ask for any customization or flexibility and high employee turnover …

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Work Uniform Program Best Practices: Communication & Quality

Work Uniform Program Best Practices: Communication & Quality

Over the years, the work uniform rental has seen national suppliers buy many of the independent suppliers. Recently there have been acquisitions of a larger scale to include G&K Services, a large national supplier, and Arrow Uniform, a former regional supplier. As a result of these acquisitions, many customers affected are unhappy with their new level of communication and quality of service.

Fortunately, there are still family-owned, independent suppliers out there like Roscoe. The only way we can compete with the nationals is to provide a higher level of customer service vs. a cookie cutter approach, and a big part …

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Roscoe Outfits Reps with High Visibility Work Uniforms

Roscoe Outfits Reps with High Visibility Work Uniforms

Over the next several weeks, Roscoe’s route service representatives (RSRs) will begin wearing high visibility uniforms, including pants, shirts, shorts, and jackets.

Our RSRs spend a lot of time in potentially-hazardous environments like parking lots, loading docks and roadways. Although visibility uniforms are not required by law for the work and exposure that our RSRs are subject to, we at Roscoe would rather be safe than sorry when it comes to our team members. In addition to employee safety, an accident caused due to low visibility and not taking precautionary measures leaves your company open to OSHA fines and …

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