Keep Your Employees Looking Sharpby Pat Wilkins
If you have a business where your employees need to wear ties, it’s important to keep them looking great and to make sure they have a uniform appearance. Often, this is impossible. You want the ties to stay in place, and the only way the employees could do that before was with pins or tacks. Unless you bought all of the expensive accessories, they would choose their own, and they would rarely all be identical. Even if you tell everyone to get a silver clip, it’s not easy to get all of the clips to be identical.
Since you want everyone to have an identical uniform, you might be tempted to tell everyone to eschew the idea of having something to secure the tie. This could be disastrous though. Consider what would happen if you had a restaurant, and your servers were to wear ties. You have to keep your restaurant employees ties clean, but if they don’t have a way to secure them, they could be falling into plates of food! This would not reflect well on them or your restaurant. If you had employees working in just about any other situation, you need to make sure their ties are secure as well. It looks better and there aren’t any safety issues.
Instead of trying to rely on the older methods when it comes to the tie holder, you may want to think outside the box and choose something that looks great, is easy to use, and is very cost effective. The Tie Thing is a great choice for your employees, you, and they can even work very well as a gift item for friends and family.
What is The Tie Thing? It’s simultaneously revolutionary and simple. The item features two buttonholes that make it easier than ever to secure your tie right to your shirt. This keeps the tie from moving around, and you don’t have to worry about uniformity since they are all the same – and no one actually sees them when worn. Still, they come in a host of different colors so finding one that will work with your color scheme is very easy.
Employees like them because they are simple to use, and they aren’t going to fall off in the middle of a shift, which can happen with pins and clips quite often. It’s one of the best ways to keep your employees looking nice and sharp and to make sure they keep the ties secure from embarrasing behavior.
Posted by Pat Wilkins on November 24, 2013 in News.
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