Employees’ Uniform on Company Image and Employees’ Self-perceptions – A Study of Fine Dining Restaurants
AbstractThe purpose of the study is to investigate how different styles of employee uniforms affect customers’ perceptions of the restaurant image and employees’ self-perceptions in terms of job performance. First, the study is to reveal whether there is a significant relationship between uniforms and employee’s job performance. Second, is there a significant dif-ference between employees’ job satisfaction and styles of uniforms? Lastly, is there a significant relationship between styles of uniforms and customers’ perception of employee performance?
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