A common debate that rages in many industries and workplaces is on the dress code. Does it make a difference if you turn up to your desk in a suit? Should dress-down Fridays be a thing? Each and every industry has a different rule of conduct when it comes to how employees should dress, and each industry has its different reasons for doing so. Below we’ve looked into the dress code in the chauffeur service industry.
You may think that being a chauffeur is just about having a driving licence and a crisp, clean suit, but there’s actually a great deal more involved in offering a solid chauffeur service! Chauffeurs will typically have to undergo a lot of training and tests before they can even get close to the wheel. We’ve listed out some of the do’s and don’ts of chauffeuring below.
Whether you’re working for a private chauffeur hire company or are running your own chauffeuring business, you’ll need to ensure that you’re offering your clients the best service, standing out from the competition has to be a priority if you’re going to make it a success. The chauffeuring market is vast and varied but essentially clients are looking for the same things, a professional, well presented, trustworthy and knowledgeable chauffeur who can offer them a level of service that surpasses their expectations, giving them a travel experience like no other. However, not all chauffeurs out there know how to provide this type of service so we’ve put together some great tips to help! More
When it comes to chauffeur driven vehicles, appearance is everything. Clients are going to want the vehicle they’re travelling in to create the right impression every time and as a chauffeur, it is your responsibility to offer a vehicle that sparkles in every way. Chauffeur driven vehicles are often expensive, luxurious vehicles and as a chauffeuring business, you should work hard to maintain your vehicles, not only for the benefit of your clients but also to increase the longevity of your vehicles. However, with the chauffeur industry still recovering from its worst years since 1982, you should use the most cost effective solutions for the cleaning of your vehicles, which we believe is a DIY process. More