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Fashionable Work Wear Follow-Up!
This blog is a follow-up to last week’s Blog article about fashionable work wear.
 
Obtaining a job in the private domestic staffing industry usually entails following a specific dress code while working. Most houses have dress codes consisting of: khaki pants, white top & white sneakers, or all black jeans/chinos, black top & shoes. This is usually the case in most staffed homes to be able to distinct between who is an employee and who is a household member. In addition to fully staffed & uniformed Domestic workers.
 
Housekeeping uniforms don’t have to only be pants and a button up top either. Some uniforms may consist of dresses, shirts, pants, vests, aprons and more. Some pieces such as tunics and shirts can be made to fit, and they are available in a large assortment of colors and materials. This will help you have uniforms that fit in perfectly with your household’s formal image while being durable and very comfortable to wear.
 
Depending on the home and the unique needs of the housekeeping staff, accessories like gloves to wear should be expected to go with the overall uniform to enhance hygiene and cleanliness. If the job has a few more rugged responsibilities, expect to obtain a strong pair of work shoes. Most running shoes work well and can go through the wear and tear the job entails. For some houseman, industrial boots are the way to go.
 
Be mindful of purchasing enough clothing to get you through the workweek. Remember to be mindful that most domestic jobs entail long hours through a full work week. It wouldn’t be bad practice to stock up on extra in case you suddenly come to need them.
 
Remember to save your receipts as well! Most employers will reimburse you for purchase made directly for the job’s benefits. Even if that’s not the case they will be important to have come tax season to score a larger return.
 
Managing work wear can be a tedious process, looking for new pieces can definitely add some stress. Yet if you know what you’re looking for and keep a patient eye out, you’ll be able to get rid of that stress easily and power through your job’s responsibilities.

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Glenn Greenhouse
Glenn began in the “family business” more than 30 years ago, by coming to work for his Father, Martin Greenhouse. He often recounts how nervous he was, when at 19 years old his Father forced him to pick up the phone and speak with David Suskind. This was to be the first of dozens of phone calls and meetings to come for Glenn……with Celebrity Clientele. Glenn considers himself very fortunate to have spent his life working at a job he truly loves and as he puts it: “earn a comfortable living at the same time.”
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