Where I live most of these 'what you call headhunters' are no better than used car salesman. They generally do not have mandates to hire and use all sorts of tricks and promises to harvest resumes. They then pick through what they like and shop them around to companies whether they need someone or not. Some of these guys are only paid if they score their boss or agency a candidate to a company.
In my opinion unless you have a unique skill or very senior in the corporate...
I have one 1 female colleague at work who does not like my bold stripped shirts. I have another female colleague who called me the other day a 'fashionista' and thought I was cool. Quite honestly I dont give an f... what either thinks. I am quite confident and comfortable with what I wear.
Starting a new job in two weeks time at one of the Big 4. Looking for some practical tips on breaking the ice on my first day with new colleagues and people who I will be sitting with in open plan. This is only my 3rd company change and I only average a change every 4 years so do not do this regularly. It has taken me 3 years at my current place of employment to get to where I am with my network by infiltrating up, down and side ways. Now I have to start all over again.
Ok so 36 hours ago I went for a 4 mile run at lunchtime. Since then I have worked 1 day and a half. I am feeling now fatigued.
A colleague at work suggested this stuff
Sydney , Australia
affixiation with black suits despite being a warm and bright climate
business shirts and suit jackets that look like a draping table cloth on its owner
black shoes that are either square toe or sharp and pointy like a jester
a general maliase when it comes to thinking about what you look like
....the ladies in CBD seem to dress a bit better