Although it is quite common to see employees in banks and other big institutions with some kind of photo bearing identity card clipped on their pocket or hung around their neck, it is not always so in smaller businesses. However with changing times it is a really good idea for all employers, big or small, to order custom ID badges for all their staff. This is especially true if your staff have to go out and meet customers in their own homes or offices as it can save a lot of worry about who the caller may be.
If you are an employer you should seriously consider making each and every member of your staff wear a photo ID at all times. This will also display your company name and logo so it should look good. A piece of cardboard with the name written with a marker pen is not good enough.
The photo displayed should be a good likeness of the employee. Their name and designation as well as the company’s name should be clearly printed and preferably a contact telephone number so that anyone who has dealings with your employees can instantly confirm that they are bona fide members of your organization.
Ordering name tags or identity badges online is quite a simple matter. There are lots of websites you can look at to compare prices. Most companies will also charge a set-up fee for the first order, though it may be worth looking around for one who does not.
Prices vary according to the quantity ordered as well as the design and the number of variables. That is to say, each card will have a different name and photograph but after that each additional variable like designation, contact number etc will cost you more. Big companies might find it more economical to produce their own.
Whether you are a banker or a garden center owner, custom ID badges are here to stay. They should be worn by all your staff at all times. Lead the way by wearing yours.
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