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At first stage interview it is important to look your best, so a Smart Dress approach is advised.
If you are invited for a second interview you may need to wear safety equipment (safety shoes, HighVis vest for example), most of which we can provide for you. If safety equipment is required you will be advised of this by the recruitment team at interview stage.Answered by Rentokil Initial19 January 2018
We have such a diverse workplace that it completely depends on your job.
In many of our driving and technician roles, we provide you with the uniform that makes you look smart and in-line with our branding.
Our sales colleagues have the option of a uniform if they wish, but most wear their own choice of business dress. We aren't going to directly criticise your choices, it is for you to judge what is appropriate when approaching your clients.
In our offices, you'll most likely find a smart-casual dress code. No need for ties or full suits on a daily basis, but not too casual - we only see trainers on dress-down Fridays!Answered by Rentokil Initial25 June 2019