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On an interview you should wear...

A polo blue shirt black pants not to tight and some black shoes or anything professional

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Second Interview, totally formal?

I was asked back for a second interview to meet co-workers. I thought this seemed more casual, but it wasn't. I think I misread the situation. What advise can I get for second interview with multiple co-workers across the table.

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Matt Bornhorst
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Hi Angela!

Have you had the interview yet? If you've already been in for one interview, you should have a good idea for what the dress code/environment is. If everyone is dressed up, copy that. If people are dressed a little more casually, (except Fridays! Many places have casual Fridays, and may not be suggestive of normal work attire) copy that.

Hope this helps, please let me know how else I can help you!

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Heather H
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I would treat it like the first interview, unless you were told to dress differently. Never assume.

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On an interview you should wear...

When you are being interviewed here at Alpine Classics N Customs of you are a male we recommend you to wear the following : Slacks Button up shirt Tie Casual wear shoes

If you are a female we recommend you to wear below the knee skirt, slacks. Formal shirts. Platforms.

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Female

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Wilbert Brown Sr.
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Slim

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Drama at #AlbyainAlmathalyiacateringcompany

The waiter is not wearing proper ppe thats why the coustmer getting angry with me .

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Attire for interview

To an interview at ST Peters mission school, you should wear a very decent dress , to advertise your professionalism as a teacher. The dressing should be modest both in mind and to the panel, it must be official, not to impress per sey. An A-shape dress covering chest and to knee length with black jacket and black flat pair of shoes will fit for the interview.

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Ashley Wilson
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Thanks so much for sharing!

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Peroia ford

I went to a job fair and was invited back for stage2 of the hiring process. So I spend 2 days and $200 for clothes, gas and food to go to the orientation and was offered a job as a receptionist. Was told to wait until 3 p.m. and go to the dealership for an interview with the lady who hires for that department. So I wait the 2 hours and go in for the interview, the woman was a man and a rude one at that. He asked me what I wanted to do? I asked, here at the dealership or in life in general? He said, in life. So I told him that I had always wanted to open a thrift store or a bakery. He looked at me and said,then go put in an application at goodwill or a mom and pop bakery. You can sweep their floors for $10 an hour, because I don't think you would be happy working here. Well hire me and let me decide that, besides you don't know me well enough to judge me that fast. Talk about a rude @$$ he was. I wasn't the only one he was rude to either.

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Erika Ramos
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Completely rude and uncalled for.

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Employee at JC Penney was asked to leave work by boss because…

she was wearing shorts that were “too revealing”...but she bought them in JC Penney’s “career style” section. Have you heard about this girl? Have you ever broken a dress code?

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Nora Holbrook
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I heard about this story and in my opinion, the shorts were not inappropriate and the manager's actions were unfair! If managers decide to enforce dress codes, they should make the rules very clear to employees, and first-time offenders should receive warnings, instead of being sent straight home. I've never broken a dress code, but at my old job, employees that did were simply given a warning and a copy of the rules.

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Fred Goff
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Great topic Ian - love the post. This is getting a lot of hype! Here is the picture she posted of herself and a link to an article about it.
Personally, seems fine for summer retail attire at JCPenneys to me. I do respect that different companies might have different dress codes, but it sure seems that the managers actions were indefensible given she wore something from a "Career section" at JCPenney. Good grief! But funny how life turns out - she is getting an amazing 15 minutes of fame off this. Hope she's having fun with it!

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/jcpenney-sylva-stoel-shorts_55b7f582e4b0a13f9d1ab2b2

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On an interview you should wear...

Truth and honesty and never deviate from that TRUTH and honesty

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So true (no pun intended)

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