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If you are required to wear a uniform (as in an outfit that is not able to be worn elsewhere- not just a white shirt/black trouser style uniform for example), then, yes, it must generally be either provided by the employer at no charge, or you must be paid an allowance to cover the cost of purchasing it yourself.
Requiring employees to purchase their own informs without an recompense is a classic employer move (often in the retail and hospitality sector).
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I don't agree with the delivery but I did think maybe she could have waited til the morning :-)
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