What is the value of physical appearance or presentaion for any HR ? Is is realy important to dress up very well as HR as is asaid the face of the company or still simplicity and your work should be the best way to express yourself ?
From India, Hyderabad
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Being a HR, you do not need to be dressed something different, but of course you should be an example to be followed up by others in the organization. For Ex: you can start wearing formals from Monday to Friday and Saturday casuals. Or if your office is closed on Saturday then it can be formals Monday to Thursday and Friday casuals. Be smart, simple and neatly dressed and your attitude should be crisp. I believe this is what a HR should be in office and to meet candidates and clients.
From India, New Delhi
Chinmayi MSIt is very important to dress up neatly, as a Hr you should be the role model foe the rest ... I am attaching a ppt on personal grooming hope it helps
From India, Bangalore
HR is the role models in many ways as they are the key people for drafting policies and processes, other employees look up to HR people for walking the talk....
Dressing properly is an utmost requirement as your first impression is created if you are well dressed and well groomed, even during interviews if you notice, works comes later it is your presence and the way you are dressed which impresses the interviewer.....
Simplicity adorned with formal powerful dressing is the key.....not just for HR but for the entire company.
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From India, Mumbai
mamta-ashThe first impression is the best impression or the only impression one can make, which is usually very difficult to change later.
So, being well dressed or soberly dressed to look dignified as per the occassion becomes the top priority.
Being an HR you are the face of your organisation as all those who join the organization are going to be recruited through you and your dressing sense is surely going to make a great impact on people you recruit.
So, dressing right becomes a must.Be professional and trendy as well.
From India, Mumbai
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From India, Mumbai
Good point. But might I add something else which is relevant to us HR people - Always try and form a good first impression on others, but never be in a hurry to form a first impression about others. This has always helped me in judging people, so I thought I will share it with all of you.
From India, Chandigarh
boss2966And one more thing I would like to reiterate here is that whenever we are going out of our office as a representative of our company, we must invariably be dressed properly and clean dress in light colour will be advisable as the light colour will give good look as well as the dress will not attract others and the concentration will be on our views and explanation and not on our dress.
From India, Kumbakonam
Meghna13Style is the distinctive manner through which you express yourself - the inner and outer essence of what is unique about you. It is also a key part of making or breaking a first impression. Within the first few seconds of a meeting, people form opinions about you based on your appearance and behaviour.
Often people know who they are; however, their style fails to convey it.
By perfecting and projecting your individual style, you will successfully manage and control other people's perception of you. I recommend that you consultant an Image Consultant for the further understanding of "Image & Its Communication."
You can contact me, too for the same as I am an certified Image consultant from Image Consulting Business Institute.
For further details, write to me on CiteHR.
From India, Vadodara