Work gloves are a must have item for many businesses. In the airline industry, check-in staff, aircraft dispatchers or load controllers can be standing near draughty jetties or air bridges to see passengers through to their flight and thermal work gloves can help protect them from cold temperatures. Baggage handlers and controllers spend lengthy periods of time outside ensuring that luggage is efficiently transferred from aircraft to terminals and in order to process items quickly, hands need to be warm enough to function well. Any occupation that requires your employees to spend periods of time outside will need thermal gloves. Valets, porters and security staff can spend most of their day outdoors and when the weather turns chilly, extremities suffer from the cold. Work gloves will offer protection from the cold and generate warmth for the wearer. People working in plants that have a sub-zero temperature for processing or packing their products will also appreciate being provided with hand- warming thermal gloves. Truckers, hauliers and drivers often have to perform duties outside their vehicles and even chauffeurs in company livery would look smart in the black work gloves. These items are extremely versatile and probably essential in most British businesses where wintry weather can cause havoc and discomfort for workers facing the elements from November through to March.