Got a job interview for a warehouse supervisor tomorrow, what should i wear?

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Found 13th Feb 2012
Im thinking a white shirt and tie is too much,

Smart shirt, and Dark Trousers with dressy shoes?

All a bit sudden.
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Im thinking a white shirt and tie is too much,



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Always wear a smart shirt and tie at the very least.

Always, always, always.

I'm of the opinion you can't "overdress" for an interview. Showing a lack of effort for an interview can be viewed that you will be like this if they hire you. Just stick a tie on and you can't go wrong. Best of luck!
shergold

normal shirt, smart jeans/trousers, shoes



Thats a joke, right?
shergold

normal shirt, smart jeans/trousers, shoes



Anybody who wears jeans for an interview is an idiot
Always wear shirt, tie and smart trousers or suit for a interview ,it makes a good first impression .
overalls
OP if you want the job,wear: suit, pressed shirt, tie, and polished shoes.
If you don't want the job wear: what you want.

Simples.
Edited by: "jonny619447" 13th Feb 2012
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gbspurs

I'm of the opinion you can't "overdress" for an interview. Showing a lack … I'm of the opinion you can't "overdress" for an interview. Showing a lack of effort for an interview can be viewed that you will be like this if they hire you. Just stick a tie on and you can't go wrong. Best of luck!


In that case, what about a suit jacket to go with, too much?
You can't go wrong with assless chaps.
generaloneill

In that case, what about a suit jacket to go with, too much?



I would always wear a suit, jacket included, to any interview, wedding or funeral I go to.
Edited by: "sancho1983" 13th Feb 2012
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Warehouse, you say? Go dressed like this. hand on hip is optional.

http://www.industrial-workwear.co.uk/acatalog/CT01K_popup.JPG
I always wear a suit jacket but I think this is more optional than a tie, it's important you feel comfortable also but if you have the suit jacket, might as well wear it!
If you didn't wear a suit where I work, even for a job like that, you would be out the door faster than Speedy Gonzalez
Leather.
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ive got a nice dressy black jacket, will wear that over shirt and tie, thanks for your feedback HUKDers.
generaloneill

ive got a nice dressy black jacket, will wear that over shirt and tie, … ive got a nice dressy black jacket, will wear that over shirt and tie, thanks for your feedback HUKDers.



Good luck!
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You can wear a suit many ways but wear one at an interview at the least.
Good luck, hope it goes well.
This should impress.

http://lh6.googleusercontent.com/public/ZFc4WTxyX6FRFn1xkdrPbLJr7NQ3UiWk96cMuI_j4meM0KwqtzkEGO0nDQ4u2PgH7cFj21PWxMxiz47T9JKtxhOFmJULuKyawkS9bw9Goe_EmMG4WKbZWTLWnLSZGtxS_mgVgRQio6ebFVrPLkDiObxOV7c4_qDU=s220-c
If you have a suit then put that on .
[quote=dunfyboy]Warehouse, you say? Go dressed like this. hand on hip is optional.

Hand on hip is a must.
It's better to be over-dressed, than under-dressed. Most interviewers make up their mind about you within 7 seconds of meeting you.

And don't be afraid to name drop Orci. It's worked wonders for myself.
Go in a tux, you will deffo get the job then.

Better to be over dressed
I interview many people and love to see people make the effort. It shows they are eager and interested. Dress up, if their is a better position available you may well be considered for it.
Good Luck, keep eye contact, relax and try to be confident. x
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Is this a joke op? You have an interview for a supervisory role and you are seriously asking what to wear at an interview?

If you are asking a serious question then you ought to wear a suit, shirt, tie and black shoes.
OP, I would suggest a mohair catsuit, every tom dick and harry is gonna be wearing a shirt and tie.


Remember 1st impressions count !


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