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Choosing odd but eye catching colors for custom dress shirts

29th October 2012
In our daily lives, we see innumerable men dressed in dress shirts of different types. However, most of them are seen in white, blue or in different shades, stripes and patterns of these two colors. It is very rare that you find a man dressed in black or ... Read >
Author: fitcustomshirts

Hints and Tips for Effective Recruitment Telephone Job Interviewing

19th March 2012
Recruiters, Managers and HR Professionals use a variety of recruitment assessment tools to select the best job seekers. Each recruitment assessment tool has its own strengths and weaknesses. One recruitment assessment tool many recruiters use to gage j... Read >
Author: Andrew @ The Globalist Report

Home Remedies and Natural Cure To Bad Breath

12th March 2012
Bad breath is one of those nightmares that may have dawned upon everyone at a certain point of their lives. As well as finding a good cure to bad breath. And it always seems to pounce on us at exactly the wrong time... Job interviews... A date with ... Read >
Author: Erik Brassell

Ideas For Getting to Grips With the Smart Casual Dress Code

20th February 2012
Itís natural to feel a bit confused when youíre invited to an event where the dress code is ďsmart casualĒ. Youíll find youíre certainly not the only one trying on outfit after outfit and wondering whether itís appropriate, too smart or too casual. Even... Read >
Author: Harvey McEwan

A Color Guide for Menís Ties

26th May 2011
Gone are the days when ties are associated with age and maturity. These small pieces of fabric are now among the most important clothing apparel in menís wardrobe. They can be worn in many occasions, most specifically in formal gatherings like reunions, w... Read >
Author: Cliff Spears

Choosing the Suit and Necktie for the Occasion

26th May 2011
Every occasion calls for the right attire. Bright and jubilant colors do not show condolence and respect to a funeral, neither do a dark suit and tie appropriate for a summer beach party. If you want to make the most of your time in a certain event, bette... Read >
Author: Cliff Spears

Making the Right Impression: When Not to Wear Novelty Ties

20th April 2011
Novelty ties can be real crowd pleasers. It can be enough to propel any man into the center of attention. While this is mostly a good thing, there are some situations when it is best to avoid the flamboyant character of these accessories. The following ar... Read >
Author: Cliff Spears

BPO Jobs in Delhi

10th January 2011
Delhi, the capital city of India, has a number of job opportunities for people of all the ages and with any kind of qualification. Students hailing from all educational fields want to grab a Jobs in Delhi , due to the flourishing opportunities provid... Read >
Author: marketingnaukri

Best Cities to be a Computer Professional

11th August 2010
If you are looking for the best cities to be a computer professional, whether you're a student about to finish school or a working professional looking to relocate, there are many options to consider. As a computer programmer or similar type of computer e... Read >
Author: The Sider Group

Neutral Accent: An Accent The World Understands

13th July 2010
Neutral Accent: An Accent The World Understands Neutral accent is a way of speaking a language without regionalism. Speaking with an accent affects our communication and sometimes at its worst spoils our image in public. To make ourselves understand b... Read >
Author: neutralaccent

Make Your Voice Sound Good to Impress People

08th January 2010
Yes, you may look good. But do you sound good? It's not just looks that count. Even an ugly man with a suave, sexy voice can attract women. Many American men have high-pitched voice, and this is considered an embarrassment in many social situations. If yo... Read >
Author: Greg Mascetani

HOW TO PASS JOB INTERVIEW CONVINCINGLY

21st December 2009
The first step to winning in a job is to be cleared as to the purpose of the interview. The job interview is not a battlefront where one opponent is contesting to triumph over the other. It is a two way process involving you and the interviewer... Read >
Author: Rasheed Yusuf

Excessive sweating and sympathetic nervous system

29th August 2009
Reading out a report to an entire class can be a sweaty job. Your mouth goes dry, under arms start sweating, the face heats up and bam start the waterworks. Of course sweating is a natural phenomenon and you are probably saying that to yourself. Yes, i... Read >
Author: 45 last stop

The Job Interview - How to Handle Your Shortcomings in an Interview

19th June 2009
Job interviews are the end of the line. If you have made it to the interview stage, it is your job to lose. Most, if not all of the interview stage means you have the qualifications and skills to do the work. The query now is how well you are able to comm... Read >
Author: Guy Small

The importance of reception area, the link between you and your customer

10th February 2009
Just as a face represents a person, the reception area represents an office or a business. And just as we form an opinion by looking at the person (usually the face), most visitors similarly form an opinion about the business and how it is doing by lookin... Read >
Author: martinapp
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