Beyond Business Casual: What to Wear to Work If You Want to Get Ahead

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iUniverse, 2004 - Business & Economics - 207 pages
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"Timely and easy to read will prevent individuals from making image mistakes."
-Bill Bagley, Human Resource & Recruiting Director
Deloitte & Touce-Cincinnati

"Everybody whose appearance matters could benefit from reading this book."
-James R. Canova, President
Tech Electronics, Inc.

"This book answers all the questions college students are afraid to ask and even some they didn't know they had."
-Angelle Bujol, Executive Director
Pi Sigma Epsilon, Inc.

 

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Contents

this dressing dilemma ever begin?
18
Chapter
22
Do you have clutter in your closet?
25
Attire for presentations
31
Showing that you mean business
37
Wearing glasses
43
Headphones
49
A few words about outerwear
55
When an employees skirt is too short
107
Shoe coverings
113
Much Ado About Nothing?
116
Business casual shoe style
122
Business casual can lead to business sloppy
128
Body piercing and job interviews
134
How to look promotable
140
Chapter
141

Tips For Men On The Climb
59
Crew necks or Vnecks?
65
Inappropriate ties?
71
What if I cant button my suit jacket?
77
Shoe style
83
How to dress conservatively
89
Rings rings and more rings
95
Blouses
101
Dressing with presence
154
Chapter
157
Chapter
163
Forget the shorts or jeans
169
What to wear to a holiday party
175
Sample Dress Codes
189
Index
195
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About the author (2004)

Ann Marie Sabath is president of At Ease Inc., a nationally recognized protocol and etiquette firm. She has trained more than 90,000 individuals at companies such as Fidelity Investments, Monster.com, CVS Pharmacy/Caremark, Deloitte & Touche, Baird Investments and Marriott International. The first and second editions of Business Etiquette have been recognized by the Oprah Winfrey Show, the New York Times, Entrepreneur Magazine, the Seattle Times, and the Cincinnati Enquirer, among many other newspapers, radio and television stations. Sabath has been profiled in a wide variety of media, including Forbes, the Wall Street Journal and USA Today. She divides her time between New York and Cincinnati.

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