It’s important that when one is dressing for work, ample consideration and thought should be put into the looks.
In a professional environment people are expected to look and act a certain type of way.
All of this necessary behavioural and pattern changes are backed up with rules signs and warnings that every staff must adhere to but what if you are a newbie?
As a new member of staff how do you tell right from wrong when it comes to your dressing.
Indeed the first week is what is known as the safe period, here you can get away with some few blunders but after that one week you are expected to have understood and be integrated with the way things are done in the organisation so then what do you do in your first week, how do you solve your corporate outfit dilemma?
Once you are new in an organisation, depending on the environment you would be asked to report to the HR office who would in turn provide you with a bit of orientation and in between you would be giving rule books containing information like the “Dress Code” you need to know.
While some organisations have a rule book to help newbie’s navigate others lack one and so herein lies the struggle and the eminent question “What should I wear to work?”.
I have thought about it and I have refused to let you get confused on the situation.
For newbies what to wear to work can be as simple as looking at a senior in the office or a fellow colleague. You could also ask those around you or just follow their lead.