Whether it’s your first job search or you’re hunting for something new, you’ve probably heard “you should dress for the job you want.” It’s a cliché for a reason: The way you dress tells the world how you expect to be treated and if you want to be seriously considered for a job, you need to take your interview outfit seriously. So what should you avoid? I talked to Adrienne Fretz, partner at executive recruiting firm OnPoint HR Solutions, about the fashion mistakes people make that keep them from getting the job of their dreams.
Mary would like to thank the lovely, generous people who gave me stuffed toys for her while I was on book tour. As you can see, she thoroughly enjoyed them last night when I returned home. Would you mind coming over this morning to clean up their guts, which have been strewn in every nook and cranny of our apartment. Thanks! 😘