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Employers who require non-OSHA mandated uniforms are not required to pay for them if they compensate their employees adequately. Under the Fair Labor Standards Act, employers can require their employees to pay for their own work uniforms if they pay them at least minimum wage after they deduct the costs of their uniforms from their paychecks. Employers can require their employees to wear uniforms, according to the federal Fair Labor Standards Act. The act does not mandate uniforms, but it allows employers to require them. If required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration as Personal Protective Equipment, employers must pay for the PPE.
Is O'Reilly Auto Parts employees allowed to wear Rings such as wedding rings engagement rings Etc
To anyone reading: PLEASE do not wear your sentimental rings to O’Reilly’s or any autopart jobs. The policies on rings vary depending on the local managers, they usually don’t care- but even then regular metal rings are a horrible idea considering the work involved. Eventually the ring might be damaged or crushed. You can get a ring avulsion or, even worse if the ring is a hard enough material, crush your finger off. A lot of us wear silicone rings(groove rings for example are a decent name brand). They’re expendable and safer.
For the most part yes if customers can see you. At the warehouse you can have your shirt untucked while you load the truck.