A “uniform” is defined as wearing apparel and accessories of distinctive design or color. Clothing that is standard in the industry and can be worn from one job to the next is not considered a uniform. For example, you need not supply white nurses uniforms and black-and-white uniforms for food servers because these clothes are standard in their industries and can be used from one job to the next.1
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