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You’d be shocked at what a $200 per person per year budget for t-shirts will do for employee morale comparatively. There are a lot of reasons why many institutions require employees to wear uniforms.
Common appearance can be a reminder that the person represents the company.
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I wanted to make her a cake, but I don’t have any of the ingredients.
But I do have the ingredients to make a salad, so I’m gonna make her a celebratory salad.
Now, think carefully about the things that 8 – 12 year old boys like (at least, the geeky ones). It says you know that you value merit over appearance; a working prototype over an MBA. Over the past decade, behavioral finance has taught us that people don’t value money rationally – it varies depending on form and context.
You can bring a bottle of wine to your girlfriend’s parents’ house and be thought a gentleman.
More importantly, common dress signals who is “part of the tribe” and belongs to the corporate family.
Uniforms are incompatible with the “empowerment” aspect of how people want to dress, but t-shirts can represent a form of “voluntary uniform” if produced in sufficient variety and quantity.
It may sound subversive, but t-shirts can provide many of the same benefits of camaraderie and tribal cohesion that uniforms did, without the top-down oppression. High tech companies are largely meritocratic, and as they grow they tend to define roles based on skills & experience rather than “time at the company”. In a socially acceptable way, t-shirts subtlely communicate a form of tenure that is warm, and yet structured. As discussed under “Tribal Cohesion”, people want to wear the brand of their tribe.