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    I got my first day, training day tomorrow at the entertainer (it's a toy shop), we obviously have to wear uniform black trousers and we get the t-shirt once we arrive. Do I leave my house tomorrow with my black trousers and shoes (part of the uniform) or can I go with my normal clothes and then change there? it's my first day tomorrow and I don't know what to do!!!
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    (Original post by dfg4)
    I got my first day, training day tomorrow at the entertainer (it's a toy shop), we obviously have to wear uniform black trousers and we get the t-shirt once we arrive. Do I leave my house tomorrow with my black trousers and shoes (part of the uniform) or can I go with my normal clothes and then change there? it's my first day tomorrow and I don't know what to do!!!
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    As an employer myself. I would expect you to arrive ready to work. So black trousers as requested and some suitable top - maybe black T-shirt or something plain. In case uniform top is not handed out at start.
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    (Original post by dfg4)
    I got my first day, training day tomorrow at the entertainer (it's a toy shop), we obviously have to wear uniform black trousers and we get the t-shirt once we arrive. Do I leave my house tomorrow with my black trousers and shoes (part of the uniform) or can I go with my normal clothes and then change there? it's my first day tomorrow and I don't know what to do!!!
    Chill it doesnt really matter. there will be somewhere in the back you can change.

    Just to cover your anxiety though go with the trousers and if you really need to what youd like to wear normally (I wouldnt bother), then:

    i) If theres no changing room you already have the needed part of the uniform one.
    ii) If there is somewhere to change, then you know for next time and you can change back after work.

    The shop always seems relaxed, so please dont worry.
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    Chill it doesnt really matter. there will be somewhere in the back you can change.

    Just to cover your anxiety though go with the trousers and if you really need to what youd like to wear normally (I wouldnt bother), then:

    i) If theres no changing room you already have the needed part of the uniform one.
    ii) If there is somewhere to change, then you know for next time and you can change back after work.

    The shop always seems relaxed, so please dont worry.
    Would you have gone in wearing the trousers part of the uniform etc, on your first training day
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    Would you have gone in wearing the trousers part of the uniform etc, on your first training day
    I thought thats what I said.
 
 
 
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