As a manager or owner, you already know that there are many good reasons for custom logo embroidery on work shirts. The only reason not to purchase embroidery for your company's work shirts is if your business does not meet the public.
True to Size Apparel offers dozens of styles of work shirts. A very rugged type of work shirt is one that has an IL50 rating or is snag proof. The IL50 means that the fabric can stand up to about 50 industrial launderer washes, while snag proof's benefit is apparent. Some shirts have no pockets, which may be a good idea if you are trying to keep cell phones, cigarette packs or other clutter away from the front of your employee. I like shirts without pockets so that the employee is more likely to enter data and notes into iPads or other devices for shared record keeping instead of the unreliable paper notes.
Embroidery locations are varied. While the traditional location for logo embroidery is above the pocket, left chest area, keep your mind open to such shirt locations as the collar, both front & back. I think the collar is underutilized and gets your message to the viewer's eyes pronto.
If you are buying for many, you should plan ahead and get at least one shirt in your hands to feel and look at the fabric. Buy more than one size and have others try them on to make sure a size "medium" is a medium for those who you intend to order it for. Embroidered custom garments are not returnable as the fabric has hundreds of needle holes and stitches in it. You may own a hot mess if you cannot take an extra week and plan.
True to Size Apparel gives away an Embroidery Buyer's Guide you can download. Whether you are a beginner or pro at ordering embroidery, the free guide may be of help in your next order. Digitizing / setup for decorated garment orders of $500 or greater is free, as is shipping to any of the 48 United States. The embroidery store at True to Size Apparel sells custom logo embroidery of 5,000 stitches or less for only $2.99 - free shipping and no minimum order is also yours for the taking.