Please find attached my company’s uniform issuance form. Please advise if I can sign this form or not.
Answer: We have gone through the company’s uniform issuance form and have come out with the fact that accepting and signing the form is a condition precedent for your continuous stay with the company. Indeed it is stated in the form that the uniforms and badges are meant to maintain a professional and tidy look as per the company’s uniform policy.
When you sign the form and you are issued with the uniform and badge, you will be deemed to have met the condition, precedent which will then lead you to the conditions subsequent. Under the letter conditions you are supposed to use the uniforms only during duty hours, take good care of it and keep it clean and wrinkle-fee.
The conditions subsequent also state that at the end of service, you will return all uniforms and ID badges which were issued to you on your last day of service.
The conditions further go on to say that in the event you don’t retun all of the uniforms and ID badge, or any item mentioned in the form, the cost stated for each item will be deducted from your final settlement.
The conditions further go on to explain that the set of items mentioned is good for two years from the date of issuance and that during your service, if any of the items is lost or not wearable anymore, you should request for its replacement and should pay for it as per the cost indicated in the form. Having gone into detail to explain to you what the form entails, the decision to sign or not to sign is exclusively yours to make.
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