Pay attention to what you wear
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Your work clothes must be able to withstand wind and weather, be ergonomic, durable, and practical: the special working conditions of a window and building cleaner demand a lot from your workwear. Consequently, always safety first! But they should also be comfortable to wear and look nice. You need to feel comfortable in order to have fun on the job.
Providing your own workwear is often seen as a nice perk. But you have to pay for it out of your own pocket. Whether modern or classic, as long as the requirements of the job site are met, you can choose the colour, pattern, and material freely.
Workwear provided by the employer should always meet safety rules, but should also serve marketing purposes. Uniform workwear ensures a coherent and professional corporate image will be presented to the outside world.
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