Policy for Jackets On sales floor

#9
TECHNICALLY Receiving should also only be wearing red as they deal with the vendors. Cart attendants should ALSO only wear a jacket outside, but that isn't enforced as often. But with dealing with vendors etc for receiving red must be worn.
 
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#10
TECHNICALLY Receiving should also only be wearing red as they deal with the vendors. Cart attendants should ALSO only wear a jacket outside, but that isn't enforced as often. But with dealing with vendors etc for receiving red must be worn.
Where I live it gets cold in the winter. I think cart attendant wearing only a jacket would be very cold - and most likely be arrested. (tongue in cheek)
 
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Ludwig3

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#11
Since we're getting technical! You can wear ANY color jacket or fleece until the store actually opens, backroom, signing, ad, etc do it all the time. Whenever those lights come on, it goes into full Red effect for any type of clothing. As far as receiving goes, it's basically the same policy, but it depends on who your ETL-LOG is. A good one won't really mind, considering receiving is just vendors, a real by the book ETL would probably say something.
 
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Ludwig3

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#13
Red on sf. At my store, backroom & receiving tm's can wear jackets any color back there only. Usually it's the spot freezer jackets.
They do have red shirts on under them.
Do PFresh stores get new jackets and gloves? Besides those ratty green ones. If not I'll need to be buying these before the spring. Haha
 
#19
Our receiving girl got coached by a newly promoted SrTL and the SrTL seriously said "if you can't afford to buy a red fleece, maybe we could requisition one for you." The receiving TM was crying by the time the SrTL was done with her.
I would take them up on that. I'm not about to spend $20-$30 on a sweater...
 
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