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Interview dresss code

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  • 1. ~ How to dress for a job interview ~ What to Wear
  • 2. Pre-Test
    • True or False
    • When arriving at an interview you should be sure to be wearing your cell phone ear piece incase you get an important call.
    • It is important to smell nice for an interview by putting on some extra perfume or cologne
    • It is beneficial to research a companies dress code and use it as a guideline on what to wear to the interview
    • Tattoos are ok to flaunt at an interview, especially if it is a neat one!
  • 3. First Impressions
    • “ You’ll never get a second chance to make a first impression”
    • Employers start judging you before you can even say hello. They judge you based on how you look and what you are wearing. So if you really want the job do your homework!
  • 4. What do Others Wear?
    • If the job you are applying for doesn’t require a uniform or very casual dress code try to find out what others in the company wear.
    • If the job you are applying for does require a uniform or very casual dress code, be sure to ignore this for the interview and dress to impress
  • 5. Starting at the Top
    • Wash, dry and brush your hair
    • Remove all hats or headgear of any sort
      • This includes headphones or bluetooths
    • Apply minimal make-up
    • Brush your teeth
  • 6. What to Wear
    • Men :
    • Suit (solid color – navy or grey)
    • Long Sleeve button up shirt
    • Tie
    • Belt
    • Dark Socks
    • Little or no jewelry
    • Little or no cologne
    • Clean shaven
  • 7. What to Wear
    • Women :
    • Business suit
    • Coordinating blouse and pants
    • Conservative shoes
    • Little jewelry
    • Little or no perfume
    • Professional hairstyle
  • 8. Things to Avoid
    • Showing mid-drift
    • Showing tattoos
    • Stained clothes
    • Ripped or tattered clothes
    • Clothes that are too small or too large
    • Words on clothing
    • Skirts or shirts that reveal too much
  • 9. What to Leave Home
    • Coffee
    • Cell Phone
    • Ipod
    • Gum
    • Large amounts of jewelry (one or two rings, one earring each ear)
    • Food
  • 10. In Conclusion
    • When headed to a job interview:
    • Be sure to dress for success
    • Don’t wear to much perfume or cologne
    • Make sure to be well groomed
    • Leave unnecessary items at home
    • Avoid showing skin or tattoos
  • 11. Post – Test
    • On a piece of paper, answer the following in complete sentences:
    • What types of things are okay to wear on your head during an interview?
    • Why shouldn’t you show off any tattoos at an interview?
    • What might happen if you wear to much perfume or cologne to an interview?
    • How much jewelry is appropriate for an interview?
  • 12. HOMEWORK
    • Using either list format or paragraph format describe wear to an interview to be a loan officer at the Town Credit Union. Be sure to describe yourself from head to toe and include as much detail as possible.

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