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2020-9-3 · A warning letter for not wearing a uniform is written by a supervisor or an employee at a higher post. It addresses another employee because he may have violated the company’s rules of uniform selection and failed to wear formal attire at the workplace.

2015-6-3 · Uniforms, Dress Codes, and the FLSA. The Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) does not prohibit employers from requiring employees to follow a particular dress code or wear a designated uniform. However, it does prohibit employers from requiring employees to pay for uniforms, if such costs would cause an employee’s pay to drop below the minimum wage.

2013-4-12 · So a $45 uniform could be spread out over three weeks of pay for someone earning $7.75/hour. Thus, for anyone making more than minimum wage, the general answer is yes, your employer can require ...

While an employer can certainly require its employee’s to wear a uniform, or specific clothing, it cannot require its employees to bear the cost. For example, If a retail clothing store required its employees to wear a particular set uniform, or clothing that was currently being sold by the store, it would be the employer’s responsibility to pay for the clothing or to reimburse the employee.

2018-5-4 · They had a total of £1.3 million in fines that had to be paid back to employees because of those issues in terms of how the contract was drafted in terms of the uniform itself. Wagamama, they had to pay over £133,000 to 2,630 workers. It’s interesting because they do cover off in relation to the fact that the employees were required to wear ...

Not if doing so takes your average wages below the National Minimum Wage during each ‘pay reference period’. (The ‘pay reference period’ is a month if you are paid monthly, or if you are paid weekly, a week, or daily, a day. Your average hourly basic pay over this period must not be less than the National Minimum Wage). Any amount taken from wages to fund uniform, items of

2013-8-18 · The national charity also finds that only 11% expect to pay under £30 for a new school uniform. Yet parents are finding different ways to cope with the costs. A third have planned ahead for the pricey pullovers by saving up money for their child’s school uniform and a …

2016-9-26 · In these states, you must pay for the uniforms upfront or reimburse employees the full amount. Absent a state requirement, if you require the employee pay for uniforms, the cost may not reduce their pay below the minimum wage or cut into overtime pay.

2018-4-17 · The deduction will not reduce the worker’s national minimum wage pay. Casual uniform policies. It is common for staff in some sectors (particularly hospitality) …

2016-9-9 · Employers do not have to pay for such clothing. In fact, if the employer did so, the value would have to be reported as taxable income to the employee (because the attire is suitable for street wear).

2013-10-30 · 2. School Uniforms Are Too Expensive. Another argument commonly raised by parents in the school uniform debate is how costly they are. Parents may argue that having to buy expensive school uniforms on top of regular after school and weekend clothes can become a financial burden on families, especially those with multiple school-aged children.

And, depending on your state's law, you might not have to pay for it, either. Generally, employers are free to require employees to dress in a particular way, including wearing a uniform, as long as those requirements aren't discriminatory or illegal. For example, California employers may not prohibit female employees from wearing pants.

2016-9-26 · Q: Do I have to pay employees for the time spent putting on and taking off required work gear? A: If the gear is required by law, the employer, or the nature of the work, then the time an employee spends putting on and taking off gear on the employer's premises generally must be paid.

2018-7-15 · Answered July 21, 2018 - Elite Order Taker (Current Employee) - Virginia Beach, VA. Yes. Well just the shirts and hats. Shoes can be provided if you would like to get that taken out of your check. Pants , you buy on your own of course. Answered July 17, 2018 - Crew Member (Current Employee) - …

2019-7-3 · Do I pay for uniform. Asked 1 March 2019. 2 answers. Answered 3 July 2019 - Hospitality Host (seasonal) (Former employee) - Chertsey, Surrey. Yes it was taking out of your pay and we had to wash it our selves. Upvote. Downvote. Report. Answered …

The employer may prorate deductions for the cost of the uniform over a period of paydays provided the prorated deductions do not reduce the employee's wages below the required minimum wage or overtime compensation in any workweek. Other Items: Employers at times require employees to pay or reimburse the employer for other items.

2016-9-23 · Yes we do pay for the uniforms,vest,and shoes but the guns they don't.We use the companies. Answered July 15, 2017. They own uniforms, pay for weapons card and offer the use of a revolver. Answered March 23, 2017. Did not pay for uniform, …

2020-5-4 · 2 answers. Answered 20 October 2020 - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Fountain Gate VIC. They said it was supplied, but you had to pay $45 for it so liars. Answered 12 June 2020 - Crew member (Former Employee) - Belmont NSW. It is supplied.

2019-10-23 · The employer may prorate deductions for the cost of the uniform over a period of paydays provided the prorated deductions do not reduce the employee's wages below the required . minimum wage. or overtime compensation in any workweek. Other Items: Employers at times require employees to pay or reimburse the employer for other items. The cost

Do I have to pay for a uniform bearing the company logo? By Lisa Guerin, J.D. Question: I have worked for a large warehouse store for several years. Up until a few weeks ago, we had a dress code of khaki pants and blue polo shirts, all of which we had to pay for. We also have to wear security badges with our name and the company's logo; the ...

Exceptions. The other determining factor in the question of whether an employee must pay for his uniform is the employee's income. In all states, an employer may not deduct the cost of a required uniform from the employee's wages if the cost would cause the employee's wages to fall below minimum wage.

2018-10-5 · As a general rule, employers can require their employees to pay for their uniforms, excluding personal protective equipment, providing there is a contractual provision in place. It is advisable to insert a clause within any contract of employment which outlines the type of uniform …

2014-2-17 · According to most state laws, all employees must be reimbursed for reasonably incurred business expenses. This includes employee uniforms in some cases, which is an area some employers like to push as an employee's responsibility. Read on for more information on when it is the responsibility of the employer to either provide the uniform …

2019-7-26 · Yes you do, they took $40 a month till it hit $240.00 for the uniforms. Downvote 1. Answered 11 April 2018 - Fingerprint tech & Waiver& Record Suspensions (Former employee) - Scarborough, ON. Yes, and no, you're given a budget, and every hour that you work, you contribute to your uniform allowance a certain amount.

2014-9-29 · Answer: The rules depend on your state's laws. The federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) doesn't require employers to pay for uniforms, even if the uniforms are emblazoned left, right, and center with company logos and advertising.

Affordability. The amount of uniforms required per staff members will depend on their working hours and shift patterns. Most staff members will require at least two sets of uniforms, applicable to their department, whilst full-time staff members may require three or more uniform sets, to account for washing, drying and ironing time between wears.

High visibility uniform weekly rental pricing can range from $6-$10 per wearer. For ten wearers, a company will generally pay $80-$175 (additional fees included) per week. Most hi-vis shirts cost the same but adding work pants will make it more expensive.

Incidentally if you do have to clean your uniform you can claim tax relief on this. Fashion. A friend of mine recently started working at Ralph Lauren. I was shocked to hear that the sales assistants are required to wear the brand’s garments in the shop and that they have to pay for the privilege.

2019-11-19 · No, you do not have to pay. It was free. Answered 31 March 2018 - Store Assistant (Former employee) - Milton Keynes. No. I was only on Work Experience so was not made aware of this. Answered 12 March 2018 - Shop Floor Assistant (Former employee) - Braintree. No uniform …

2019-9-13 · The Act also states that if employers do require uniforms, they should pay for them (or reimburse the employee) and deduct them as business expenses. However, the act does not mandate payment. The law simply recommends that employers pay for the uniforms …