Hr & Administration
Executive Human Resource At Emcure Pharmaceuticals
Compensation Mgt, Performance Appraisal &
Ceo And Md Of 3 Uk Based Mnc's
I see no reason why the trouser and blazer cannot be Dry Cleaned and re-used, or at least placed in stock for future use.
However, if the company policy is to dispose of these items, then they should be put to good use.
In my company, our employees are required to wear business suits which the company supplies (not quite a uniform).
When they are no longer required we Dry Clean them and give them away to Charities/NGO's who work with unemployed people to use when attending interviews and starting new jobs. This helps in making a good first impression.
I hope the above helps.
30th January 2014 From United Kingdom, Barrow
If these uniforms are indeed good,
a) Shirts - Many charitable institutions maintaining senior citizens will be willing to take these as they will find it quite useful.
b) Shirts, Trousers and Blazers - Security agencies with similar colour shades will be willing to take them. Blazers will be for their field officers who meet clients for business prospects. May be they will be even willing to pay a price for it.
c) Shirts, Trousers - We find numerous apartments deploying work force for maintaining the apartments and they will be willing to pay a price for these.
d) Shirts, trousers & Blazers - Several housekeeping agencies extend manpower for carrying out housekeeping activities and these agencies will also be willing to pay a price for these.
2nd February 2014 From India, Madras
We have to form rules & regulations about uniform codes.
First one year there should not be uniform or dress code.
From second year on wards, reuse of uniform problem may not arise or minimized.
3rd February 2014 From India, Chennai
Why not look out for some option like have it given to the employees as a part of their yearly benefit?
May be we can look out for some option like a subsidy in the uniform for the employees to buy, so that they are not a cost falling on to the company.
3rd February 2014 From India, Hyderabad
According to my opinion if your uniform is having any type of company logo then you no need to give it to any NGO.
First of all remove all logo with uniform and you can reuse all old uniform as a old cloth in your company.
this is the standard practice which is follow presently.
8th February 2014 From India, Delhi
As per me we should not collect back the company provided uniform from the resigned employees.. instead we can form a policy where in it can be defined the period/frequency for which uniform supplied. like if its given for a yearly basis we have to fix the cost for that uniform and if any employee resigns from the services of the company, employees should pay the cost on prorata basis instead of re-collecting the used uniform.
8th February 2014 From India, Bangalore
Issue of Safety Shoe and uniform to employees on contributory basis (70 : 30 Employer : Employee).
I understand that some manufacturing Units are deducting certain token amount towards Safety Shoe and Uniform cost from the employees to feel that they have purchased it.
Whether it is lawful. Please examine the issue.
T M Rao
20th February 2014 From India, Jamshedpur
I am working as HR Manager in Plant.
how many pair given to employees ? and employees not follow the policy so how many amount we deducted in his/her salary?
and in a year how many pair given to all employees ?
Can you give me suggestion how i can use such uniforms
Pl give your suggestion.
24th November 2016 From India, Mumbai