(Continued from page 1) In many states (including California, Nevada, and New York), if an employer requires uniforms, it is responsible for the “maintenance” (i.e., washing and upkeep) of the uniform (in addition to the cost of the uniform itself) when the uniform requires ironing, dry cleaning or another special cleaning process. If the uniform requires minimal care (wash and tumble, or drip drying), then the employer is not obligated to pay for maintenance. Uniform ...

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