As a capable and stable industry player, we tailor our services to suit a diverse range of industries and organisations, empowering all who put on a uniform.
We believe uniforms have the power to give those who wear them a sense of identity and belonging, providing organisations with the opportunity to take pride in their people and honour their brand.
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Workwear Group, as it is known today, is a world-class leader in specialised uniform solutions.
From humble beginnings of supplying garments to the Australian contingent in WWII, to serving over 1 million customers across the globe, Workwear Group is part of a 200,000+ strong Australian workforce, under the banner of ASX listed company, Wesfarmers Limited.
Workwear Group is part of Wesfarmers Limited, one of Australia’s largest listed companies with a diverse, cross-industry portfolio. With headquarters in Western Australia, its diverse business operations cover: home improvement and outdoor living; apparel and general merchandise; office supplies; and an Industrials division with businesses in chemicals, energy and fertilisers, and industrial and safety products.
Being a member of Wesfarmers Limited provides Workwear Group with substantial financial and operational strength, allowing us to deliver economies of scale to our clients.
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At Workwear Group, we’re passionate about uniforms and provide the best possible outcomes for our clients through our personalised solutions, leading expertise and commitment to sustainability.
Workwear Group understands that every business has its unique needs, and we have the products, resources and capabilities to manage all uniform requirements. Our core services include:
You will have access to a dedicated local account management team with extensive experience who will provide a single-point of contact and manage the day to day service requirements including:
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Our iconic Australian brands, Hard Yakka, NNT and KingGee, have a great pedigree, wearer trust and reputation for quality. We work closely with our clients to supply complete ranges across core workwear, FR, corporate uniforms, footwear, accessories and PPE.
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As part of our focus on continuous improvement, Workwear Group is committed to maintaining ongoing research, development and innovation for all products and services we offer. This includes the latest development in raw materials and their evaluation from our global supply chain network and will ensure we are at the forefront with fabrics, trims and other accessories.
We are proud of our continuous investment in innovation, market knowledge, pioneering ideas and solutions across every aspect of our business. We take our role as experts in the field of uniforms seriously and therefore we invest heavily in Research & Development by way of;
Workwear Group is ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System certified (Certification number: 20797). Workwear Group is an experienced ISO certified supplier and we ensure that our products meet industry and regulatory safety obligations, to reduce any associated risk.
We have a firm commitment and progressive approach to Ethical Sourcing and Sustainable Practices, something our competitors also claim, but we can prove and validate it on all levels of our business. As a publicly listed company, we have in place a governance framework to ensure our Ethical Sourcing Program is executed, and your brand is protected.
As a certified member of Supply Nation, Australia’s first Indigenous supplier diversity council, Workwear Group is committed to increasing opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and individuals.
Workwear Group plan to meet the requirements of the Aboriginal Participation Plan by adopting the principles of the Wesfarmers Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). RAP outlines specific measurable actions to be undertaken across the Wesfarmers Group targeting Indigenous employment, supplier diversity and community engagement.
To assist in accelerating indigenous employment within Wesfarmers businesses, we have active programs in place with Indigenous recruiters like New Start Australia, a 100% Indigenous owned company, to actively recruit indigenous employees in nationwide.
As of 30 June 2019, Wesfarmers employed 1,755 Indigenous team members with plans to further support Indigenous employment and increase the number of Indigenous people in management and leadership positions.
Workwear Group is committed to supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and the key strategic focus on the pillars of building respect, building relationships, and creating opportunities.