GAIA Care has created a dress code that helps our staff to work confidently and offer our contracted Long-Term Care homes and residents a professional image. For this reason, the norm is acceptable attire for all staff, taking into account all aspects of the practice of resident care and infection prevention, a dress code has been developed that will allow our employees to work comfortably and project a professional image to our long-term care homes and residents. For this reason, the standard is suitable dress for all staff, taking all aspects of resident treatment and infection management procedures into account.
Employees are required to comply with the dress code of GAIA Care at the start and for the duration of their shift.
The dress code for GAIA Care is as follows:
If an employee performs several shifts during the day at various long-term care homes, at the beginning of each shift, the employee must ensure that they wear clean scrubs to avoid the spread of germs between facilities.
GAIA Care acknowledges the need to balance, alongside religious opinions and practices, resident protection. GAIA Care has taken this topic carefully into account, and has agreed to incorporate the following guidance:
The policy of the contracted home shall take priority where there is a difference between the policy of GAIA Care Dress Code and that of the particular contracted Long-Term Care home.