Do you still remember having to pin your ID to your shirt whenever at school or work? Those were dreadful days, right? I remember my colleagues who refused to wear their IDs at work despite the requirement because it punches the shirt and even leaves a hole after. Good thing those days are over and we now clip our IDs or even better, wear a lanyard.
If you’re in a business, investing on a quality lanyard is better than providing a pin or a clip. Here are five advantages of having a lanyard for the business.
- Security – It’s important for employees to wear their identification cards at work. Employees are likely to wear their lanyards because it’s fuss-free. Simply wear it on the neck and one won’t even notice that it’s there. It also ensures that the ID can be readily seen instead of a clip or pin which can be worn on the belt.
- Savings – Lanyards don’t corrode and won’t tear down easily compared to pins or clips. You don’t have to keep supplying your employees with one, and that means savings for you.
- Serves as an accessory – unlike pins which basically look the same, lanyards come in different shapes, sizes and color. A well-chosen lanyard for your company enhances employee’s attire.
- Loyalty – Because people wear a lanyard often than pin, it promotes brand and corporate loyalty as people see them being worn everyday.
- Advertising – Company name, logo or even the tag line can be printed all over the lanyard. When people wear it, your business gets free advertising. Most of the events I’ve been to distributes lanyards to their guest hoping that it’ll eventually be worn.
Purchasing lanyards for your business is a very practical solution for your business. Just make sure it looks really nice so that your employees and even customers would love wearing them. Personally, I had a lanyard that I wanted to throw away when I receive it and there are others that I liked and still keep until now. Some came from well-known brand, which I hope to wear soon if ever there’s a need for it. Others I keep for souvenirs because of the memories that came with it. But for the most part, they’re just there waiting to be thrown away if I find the time to declutter.
Powered by Facebook Comments