Every workplace is different in many ways. Even the office dress code can be a source of anxiety.
So what you need is an easy to read guide to help you crack the office dress code and fit in from day one…
We’re sure everyone has heard the expression, “Dress for Success” – a way of reminding us that to succeed in the workplace, we must dress professionally.
Yet for many young pros, dressing well seems like a major hassle and a prohibitive expense…
Employers have stated they can make hiring decisions within the first few minutes, even seconds, of meeting you… and the way you dress has a lot to do with that!
To learn how you should (and should not!) dress, groom and accessorize for your next job interview, check out this terrific infographic from our friends at Ajilon Professional Staffing…
You’ve likely heard the expression “clothes make the man (or woman)”. Perhaps nowhere is this more relevant than in a job interview. Perhaps you know how important it is to dress professionally, but did you know the colors you wear require just as much consideration.
A new survey from CareerBuilder asked more than 2,000 hiring managers and human resource professionals about the attributes employers most often associate with colors candidates wear to job interviews.
“Clothes make the man. Naked people have little or no influence on society.” – Mark Twain.
Many of us have heard time and time again how important internships are while in school. But a related concept that some still don’t understand is the importance of dressing for success. Once you’ve secured an internship you need to get acclimated to the company’s culture — and what you wear is a big part of that.