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    Can I just ask what this thread is about? Sorry

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoz View Post
    Would you really sell your uniform for Woolies for 20 dollars?
    Why not? I wear second hand uniforms (not a woolworths worker) and paid $10 each shirt. I'd do it again in an instant!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoz View Post
    Would you really sell your uniform for Woolies for 20 dollars?
    A bit OT, but does this ad imply that someone paid for their woollies uniform? Yikes! Unlawful requirement methinks!

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    I paid for my woolies uniform when I worked there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoz View Post
    Would you really sell your uniform for Woolies for 20 dollars?
    Yes you have to pay for uniforms (shirts etc)

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    Our uniforms are quite costly if you want extra then your allotment

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    It's not illegal for employees to have to buy their uniforms is it? If it was you wouldn't be able to claim it in tax? DH has worked for a few large companies in the last 10 years, all with monogramming/lettering and he had to pay but could use it as a deduction.

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    The purchase is a tax deduction, and then ( as it's compulsory with logo) you can claim washing on it too

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    Oh wow, shows what I know lol! But 20 bucks for old crinkled ones surely buying them nice brand new would cost about the same?

    Every place I've worked at that had a uniform it was just given to us when we commenced the job although this was a few years ago now.

    Also just saw a corker on a UK bss page, a pop up bar thing, looked just like a wooden box to me for over 400 pounds wtf... :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoz View Post
    Oh wow, shows what I know lol! But 20 bucks for old crinkled ones surely buying them nice brand new would cost about the same?

    Every place I've worked at that had a uniform it was just given to us when we commenced the job although this was a few years ago now.

    Also just saw a corker on a UK bss page, a pop up bar thing, looked just like a wooden box to me for over 400 pounds wtf... :/
    My uniform costs $55 for the shirt, and $45 for the pants. So getting them at $10 each was a sweet deal. I don't even remember if they were ironed. I didn't care cause I washed them anyway.


 

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