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.
Super-honored to be a part of the LA Times Festival of books this weekend. If you're in SoCal, stop by my presentation on Sunday (4/23) at 11 am. Info at www.latimes.com/festivalofbooks for exact location. (It's on the USC campus.) #free #ihateveryoneexceptyou #bookfest