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Dress for Success: The Value of Appearance

"Like it or not, you are being judged by how you look, how you dress, and how you carry yourself—and, if you’re lucky, how you do your job." - Ty Kiisel, Forbes Contributor

Appearance matters. Maybe not as much as it should, but how you present yourself gives customers a glimpse of who you are and where your values lie. This is especially apparent when working with outside help. The way a crew dresses and conducts themselves on a job site will quickly give business owners or facility manages a positive or negative impression of the contractor.

For example, other contractors often don't care who they get to help with each job, so long as they have a pulse and can hold a paintbrush. They may or may not wear anything that associates them with the contractor. This means you don't necessarily know who is going to walk through your office (or warehouse, or day care, or medical facility) to do the job.

Ralph E. Jones understands the stress of inviting people into your workplace or property who you're unfamiliar with. This is why we recruit professional, well-groomed, dedicated painters to become actual employees, not just anyone off the street. Our crew seeks to be mindful of what's going on in your facility so they cause the least amount of disruption to daily operations.

Professional and courteous experiences... just another way Ralph E. Jones, Inc. provides value to customers every day.

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