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Perceptions and Appearance
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  • Perception is reality to those perceiving it
  • What does this mean?
  • Is this true?

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Tattoos
  • Are they all bad?
  • Survey shows that 1/3 of all men and women with
    tattoos regretted the tattoo they have.
  • THINK BEFORE YOU INK!
  • Location, size, image.

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Tattoos and the workplace
  • What can your workplace allow and not allow?
  • Is it fair?
  • How are you perceived?

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Piercings and the workplace
  • What is a subtle piercing?
  • Should a piercing be visible at all?
  • Safety issues in veterinary medicine.
  • Consider your employer.

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Hair Too???
  • What is considered natural?
  • Why do employers care?
  • Most employers require hair to be conservative.

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Dress Codes
  • Employer can establish dress code as a condition
    of employment.
  • What about cultural and religious dress in
    workplace?
  • Religious symbols.
  • Religious beliefs.
  • Who is ultimately right??
  • Freedom of speech vs. Freedom of Religion

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How are you Perceived?
  • 1. Do you have your natural hair color?
  • A. Yes
  • B. No, but my hair is dyed a natural color
  • C. No, my hair is dyed an alternative color
  • 2. Do you have any visible tattoos?
  • A. No
  • B. Yes, but they are all covered by normal
    clothing
  • C. Yes, and you can see some of them with how I
    dress

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  • Do you have any Piercings?
  • A. No
  • B. Yes, but you can they are not visible.
  • C. Yes, and they are visible.
  • Do you often wear religious jewelry?
  • A. No
  • B. Yes, but it is small an inconsipicious
  • C. Yes, I wear several religious symbols

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Ratings
  • For all As give yourself 1 point
  • For all Bs give yourself 2 points
  • For all Cs give yourself 3 points
  • If you scored 4-6 You are conservative in your
    appearance and do not place your beliefs or
    values on others. You are perceived as a neutral
    party.
  • If you scored 7-9 Your views are apparent yet
    not oppressive to others. You are perceived as
    passionate yet not a zealot.
  • If you scored 10-12 Your views are very readily
    apparent and sometimes can be perceived as
    offensive and oppressive to others.

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Appearance Related to Interview
  • Women's Interview Attire
  • Solid color, conservative suit
  • Coordinated blouse
  • Moderate shoes
  • Limited jewelry
  • Neat, professional hairstyle
  • Tan or light hosiery
  • Sparse make-up perfume
  • Manicured nails
  • Portfolio or briefcase

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  • Men's Interview Attire
  • Solid color, conservative suit
  • White long sleeve shirt
  • Conservative tie
  • Dark socks, professional shoes
  • Very limited jewelry
  • Neat, professional hairstyle
  • Go easy on the aftershave
  • Neatly trimmed nails
  • Portfolio or briefcase

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What do you think?
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What do you think?
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  • http//video.about.com/fashion/What-to-Wear-to-an-
    Interview.htm
  • http//www.howcast.com/videos/929-How-To-Dress-For
    -a-Job-Interview

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So think again
  • Perception is reality to those perceiving it
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