I'm interviewing with Ross on Monday and I have no idea what to expect! I’ve worked in restaurants as a waitress and host before so it's not my first job interview but it will be my first interview for a retail job. How much selling do I have to be familiar with and do you think they allow facial piercings and visible tattoos?
If its for a restaurant I would take out any facial piercings except ears don't oversell yourself but I would be very assertive look them in the eyes and always shake their hand
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Just be yourself and on any job your selling yourself and learn about the business before going to the interview.
Hello first of congrats .. Unfortunately they require that you cover up all piercing and tattoos.. Ross is an awesome place to work it can get a little fustrating some says but that's ok because you will be on a constant run and never a dull moment .. Managers are friendly and amazing.. Interviews are pretty basic be as profesional as you can . remember with retail you need to be able to work weekend's .. I hope everything turns out good. Best of luck on your interview .
Hello Tori: May I first congratulate you on second guessing facial piercings. It is a good idea to leave them in your jewelry box for an interview. Should you obtain a position with a company of interest, you can look around at other employees, or feel free to ask at the time of your interview, if not stated, if there are specific attire regulations besides the obvious, you should know about. When it comes to working for retail, unless you are working for a store that exists for exotic peircing, only routine peircing to the ears are generally permitted. I hope this helps. The best thing you can take to an interview, is your research on the company you are applying to.
Respectfully, Marti. I hope this helps, and good luck. Remember to dress for the interview to make yourself look polished, but not overdone.