Re: Inland Empire interview attire

Subject: Re: Inland Empire interview attire
From: Sharon Burton <sharon -at- anthrobytes -dot- com>
To: "salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com" <salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com>
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 09:38:35 -0700

I live in the inland empire.

Wear a suit and tie. You're showing respect for the process. For the 2nd interview, perhaps dockers and a sport coat.

And best of luck! I know who you're interviewing with.

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On Jul 10, 2015, at 8:21 AM, Chris Morton <salt -dot- morton -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:

>> Its not a crime to be overdressed, but showing up in a suit and tie at a
>> company where even the upper managers don't dress that way on a day to day
>> basis may make you seem a little out of place.
>>
>
> I disagree with Lynne. If not a suit, at least a sport coat and tie informs
> me (as the interviewer) that you're wanting to put your best foot forward.
> At the GV company I mentioned, daily attire was jeans and a T-shirt. But I
> still expected candidates to show up wearing their best.
>
> It's not unheard of, for example, for technical writers to be a part of a
> trade show contingent. And I've been in positions, as a technical writer,
> where I also delivered seminars to hundreds of IT pros over the course of
> one day (and on multiple occasions).
>
> On yet another occasion, I ran a bi-annual software users conference. That
> upper management had faith in my ability to rep the company in this way, in
> addition to being their sole technical writer, is what got me the job.
>
> The person who can switch-hit like this has it over other candidates.
>
>> Chris
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References:
Inland Empire interview attire: From: Mike Christie
Re: Inland Empire interview attire: From: Chris Morton
RE: Inland Empire interview attire: From: Lynne Wright
Re: Inland Empire interview attire: From: Chris Morton

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