DRESS FOR SUC­CESS

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Put your best foot for­ward in your in­ter­view and prove why you de­serve the job. Ca­reer changes and pro­mo­tions re­sult in new/added re­spon­si­bil­i­ties and if you’re look­ing to out­shine your com­pe­ti­tion — as my mother al­ways said: “prove you have what it takes by dress­ing for the job you want, not the one you have”. There’s an abun­dance of re­search from the busi­ness world high­light­ing what HR man­agers and busi­ness own­ers de­sire in new em­ploy­ees and pro­mot­ing from within — un­sur­pris­ingly, per­sonal ap­pear­ance is a deal breaker in some in­dus­tries where cus­tomer con­tact is high, or role mod­el­ling a cer­tain stan­dard is re­quired. New-comer or up-and-com­ing tal­ent, check my blog for tips on how to ace your ap­pear­ance in the work­place, see www.artof­style.com.au Plus, fol­low me on my so­cials to get more ev­ery­day tips and tricks that show you how to look your best ev­ery day.

Amanda Her­ron OWNER AT ART OF STYLE

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