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New uniforms help motivate employees in a struggling economy
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Jun '09
iD by Landau celebrates the kick off of the wedding season with updated chef uniforms for restaurant and catering staff. As the economy declines, couples are shopping around for the best wedding facilities. A well-dressed staff makes a major difference in a competitive marketplace and iD by Landau offers uniforms with a visual edge in a full range of sizes.

Investing in new uniforms is an excellent way to brand corporate image. Customers recognize personnel of a particular restaurant or caterer by their unique uniforms. Distinctive uniforms create an image people relate to and remember when choosing a wedding facility. Logos, names and symbols represent a particular business. Crisp new uniforms add an elegant feel to wedding receptions.

Wedding reception guests identify service personnel by the type of uniform they wear. A host wears a different uniform than chefs. Servers uniforms vary based on their duties and position. Matching work aprons protect uniforms with an extra touch of professionalism. Guests easily identify personnel by their special uniforms. Protective aprons show a readiness to serve for a five-star image.

During the current economic decline, employee morale also takes a downturn. New uniforms help motivate employees in a struggling economy. When employees look their best, they feel more professional. As restaurants and caterers work harder to stay in business, proprietors are often unable to afford bonuses for dedicated employees.

According to Kimberly Cooper, Vice President of iD by Landau, "Many companies are unable to offer the annual raises or cash bonuses of the past, but purchasing new company apparel for employees lets them feel appreciated for work well done and at the same time keeps costs at a minimum in the current strained global economy."

Employers and employees appreciate iD by Landau's extensive size range from XXS to 5XL in coed as well as male and female fit uniform styles. The latest iD by Landau uniforms are professional but still comfortable. Breathable cotton is ideal for the busy summer wedding season. Elastic waist chef pants fit staff members perfectly.

The wedding season means restaurants and caterers are facing more customers and greater competition. Make the most of this business opportunity with new iD by Landau uniforms.

iD by Landau

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