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PHOTOS: How to dress for an important interview

The substance of your interview is, of course, key. Your patter, affability and subject knowledge are essential, but arguably your attire will also play a vital role in dictating the final outcome. First impressions are, by definition, instant and it takes seconds for a complete stranger to formulate a positive or negative opinion of you based on your appearance alone.
Knowing what to wear to a job interview is an age-old conundrum. Fashions come and fashions go, but style remains, and, for both formal and informal interviews, there are a few hard and fast rules. Now, I'm gonna delve a little into fashion blogging a little, so relax and assimilate these fashion tips.. Once upon a time, almost everyone wore business suits to job interviews. However, over the years, our society has become less conservative when it comes to dress code. Certain industries still require dressing conservatively but others have a more collegiate atmosphere and it’s not unusual to find employees wearing shor…
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WorkingClass STAR Personality of the Month

Today, we celebrate with an exemplary and visionary working class lady.
Her name is Amanda.
 Though a student, the influence of this beautiful lady is felt everywhere in her department, where she is currently The Deputy High Commissioner. She's beauty, brains and a star personality.
Congratulations my dear on your birthday. God bless you. Drop your good wishes for her too.

What is even special about this Blog?!

It's a fine day, gentlemen and great ladies.
I'm glad you opened up this blog today and clicked on this introductory post. I guess it's time we met. First of, I appreciate the principle of collective benefits and advancement of progress of the common man; which is why this platform belongs to everyone that makes an impact on this blog.
I intend to work with all who are available and willing to create a great network of working class citizens in Nigeria. By working class, I mean everyone who has something doing, no matter how small or big it is. Whether self employed, an employee or an employer of labour. Those who are yet to get into this circle are highly welcome as well. In fact the unemployed have greater stakes to benefit from this platform. Students who want to own their own ventures or have  successful careers also have the opportunity to learn how it is done.
So, if you happen to have any vacancy in your establishment, send me an email with the full description of …

Have you had it rough with previous bosses? Learn how to build and maintain a good relationship with your boss!

You've just started a new job. There are many things you need to establish - from learning the day to day requirements to getting to know your co-workers and the layout of the company. One of the most important will be developing a good relationship with your boss. Our experts discuss some ways to help you lay the groundwork to develop a long-term, positive relationship.
The first step in the process centers on getting to know your boss. This may seem self-evident, but can include many aspects from understanding his/ her work-style to likes and dislikes. For instance, is your boss a hands-on manager or do they prefer a less formal approach. Asking your boss the way in-which they prefer to work and communicate, will help.
Also become familiar with your boss - moods and learn subtle cues. If they are tight on time it may not be a good moment to begin a discussion on new business ideas. If they get highly stressed in certain situations, maintaining a calm response to their requests m…