Work Uniform Blog

New Rental Garments Expand Options for Women with Style and Comfort

Women are nearly half of the U.S. workforce, yet the industrial laundry industry largely caters to a male crowd. Many women face limited – or nonexistent – options for work uniforms, creating another barrier for women entering (historically) male-dominated fields.

Roscoe cares deeply about workforce equality – and comfort – so we recently reevaluated our rental product offerings to ensure more options and styles designed for women.

These new rental products combine comfort, style and quality, with features that work as hard as your employees do.

Garments Designed for Hard-Working Women

We now offer three different styles of polo shirts …


Record Level of Roscoe Customers Say They Would Recommend Us to a Colleague

In a year in which we briefly considered not conducting our annual customer satisfaction survey at all, Roscoe customers told us in record numbers that they are not only happy, but likely to recommend us to a friend or colleague as well.

These results from our 2020 Customer Satisfaction Analysis are enormously gratifying, especially at a time when our customers are facing unprecedented challenges created by the global COVID-19 pandemic. Our decision to move forward with this annual exercise was based on the strong feeling of our team leaders that it was even more important to hear from our customers …


The Early Bird Gets the Job Done Right

When it’s your job to help a lot of other people get ready for their jobs, your work day begins at a time that could easily be mistaken for night.

That’s true for a lot of us at Roscoe, but especially for the team members who work on the wash floor. So when Sergio Peña was assigned to the wash floor as his part of a recent internal audit, setting his alarm clock to wake at 1:15 a.m. was a bit of an effort, even for the early-rising District Service Manager.

Peña ordinarily arrives at 5 a.m. to oversee …


7 Signs that You Have the Wrong Work Uniform Provider

Business partnerships take time and trust, but sometimes things just don’t work out. From low-quality uniforms to poor customer service, finding the right uniform partner can be a challenge. Here are the top warning signs that you’re working with the wrong uniform provider.

1. Your Employees Hate the Uniforms

If your employees are raising concerns about uniforms, don’t make the mistake of ignoring them. Taking care of your team is about ensuring their comfort and safety while on the job. Employees may not like their uniforms for a variety of reasons, including:

  • They’re uncomfortable
  • They’re bulky or difficult to


Reorganized Team Puts a Spotlight on Evolving Leadership

In the wake of a very successful 2019, we’re starting off the new year with a team reorganization that highlights our evolving leadership and sets the stage for the continued improvement of the processes and customer service that drive everything we do.

As a family-owned and operated business approaching a 100-year anniversary, we are incredibly grateful for the team members who have made our success possible with their continued focus on, and commitment to, the success of our clients.

With an average tenure of 13 years, our team members are the reason we have been able to post record-breaking