Uses and Purpose of Name Badges

Name tags or badges are very important whether they are being used in a corporate setting, in a place of business such as restaurant or store or at a conference. As the name suggests, name badges help people identifying the people they are dealing with and contributes to the better communication. Given below are some of the benefits of name tags or badges in different settings:

Importance of the Name Tags at a Conference

Conferences are meant for discussions, discourse, and building connections. This becomes better and easier when one knows the name and profession of the people they are talking to. It helps the audience recognize the speakers on the podium and the speakers in finding who the audience is. For instance, in a question and answer session, things will move more smoothly when the speakers can read the name of the members of the audience who are taking an active part in the discussion. They do not have to interrupt the discourse to exchange the names. 

Name badges Melbourne
Name badges Melbourne

Why Name Badges Be Used in Stores and Restaurants?

Name Badges don’t only make the person wearing it come across as more professional and informative but they also exude a sense of trustworthiness and confidence. This image of a storefront manager or employee or a restaurant worker will work wonders for the business, as these are the people who deal with the guests directly. It also helps the management recognize how the employees are working.

For instance, there must have been many instances when you received a complaint about the behaviour of an employee but because he or she was wearing no name badge the customer didn’t bother to ask. A name tag instils a sense of accountability in the employees and constantly reminds them of their duties and obligations that wearing the badge demands.

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Some Benefits of Name Badges

  • Making your employees wear name badges can do wonders for customer relationships. When the employee dealing with a customer is wearing a tag, the latter feels a personal connection to him or her. Name badges also humanize the employee and don’t make the customer feel like they are dealing with just another representative of the organization. 
  • Studies about human behaviour have shown that the communication between the two strangers benefits a lot when they know each other’s name. Tags break the barrier between the two individuals and give them a better sense of familiarity. It also improves communication between the fellow employees who have never met before. 
  • In big companies, an important concern is that the information about their operations is not stolen and sold to their competitors. Name badges help you to ensure that everyone is exactly where they should be. Thus, they enhance security and bring down chances of espionage.
Magnetic name badges
Magnetic name badges

The Various Types of Name Badges

There are different types of badges that you can choose from according to your specific needs. While pin-up and clip on batches have been used for several decades, they are still quite popular. Recently, many companies are using magnetic badges, but these are more expensive. If you want the badges worn by your employees to be a little unique, ditch the ones that just state the name and choose those that come with an opening line preceding the name. For instance, “Hello I’m…”

Whether your objective is to build corporate identity or improve communication in a conference or a gathering, name badges can come handy. Generally, these are made of two popular materials, plastic and metal. Although, those made of plastic are lightweight, more customizable and cheaper, the metal ones give a more sophisticated look. You can choose the material of the badge, as well as the colour, shape, size, and engravings  according to your personal preference.


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