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By Honey
#385
Some companies want you to wear a specific color pants and/or shirt. If you're working for multiple companies how do you handle what to wear?
Or is that even an issue for anybody? I've yet to work for enough companies at the same time for it to be a problem.
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By CLASS CLOWN
#391
A total issue for me. One clothing manufacturer wants only their clothes worn when servicing their product. When doing a reset that day, I don't want to wear light colors that will get ruined and my poor red shirts tend to always stay in the closet now because it seems like I am in a target daily.
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By sack99
#396
Companies that I work for say to wear a" golf"/polo shirt, black/navy pants, closed toed shoes.
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By TruSpec
#431
I have only one company requiring a black polo shirt to be worn. It is not affecting other jobs I do on the same day. If there were more than one company requiring conflicting colors/styles I could definitely see that as a problem. The other companies just require a "polo shirt". Fortunately they have all been ok with me wearing solid color BDU pants and black work sneakers. It's mostly just the name tags I find myself switching out during the day.
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By sack99
#434
The companies that I work for just say a polo shirt, no color specified. It is the pants that they say black or navy color for.

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