It would be best if we carried this conversation on by email as you have not given information with regard to teams and team behavior alluded to in my post to you. Seems like you may have the conventional view of what teams are and you don't want to break this conventional image in your own mind. If you want some "theory" to back up your argument to top management to get uniforms, you'd better start out with why people either want or don't want uniforms (have you asked people why they want uniforms for example). Is it just you that wants uniforms and for what real reason..to protect people's clothes? What kind of a work environment are you in (how hostile is it, how dirty and dusty or filled with chemical fumes is it?) Email me if you want to continue this dialogue as it's really not the place to keep exchanging on this issue that is marginally related to psychology and the editors don't like people who are not "professionals" posting here---you can read about what is allowed here in posts by John Grohol, editor of behavior.net above. email@example.com I'm a licensed family therapist with grad degrees in organization behavior, clinical psych etc. I've worked in many, many workplaces of all kinds and am wary of what you really are asking for. What's underneath your desire for uniforms?
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