Since the unemployment rate has been increasing for the past months, I always read articles on how to help people get a job. Usually, the articles are focused on the resources of available jobs, how to make your resumes, how to dress up in an interview and do’s and don’ts while being interviewed. They never say literally that you have to be well-groomed when you go for an interview but to me that is already common sense. To be at your best, you have to be well-groomed.
Talking about being well-groomed, Gillete has made a survey of more than 500 HR professionals and the results showed that 84% of the HR professionals agree that well-groomed employees are ahead in the corporate ladder than those not well-groomed. This made Gillette launch a Gillette Career Advantage on Gillette.com to help job seekers and professionals get advice from Mark Jeffries and GQ style correspondent, Brent Fahlgren. When you visit this Gillette Resource Center, you can also get tips on how to have an edge at this job market, take a Gillette career quiz and view the HR guide to see what is inside the mind of an HR professional conducting your interview. This Gillette Career Advantage provides you the tools, information and advice you need to beat the competition in today’s competitive job market.
If you or somebody you know is a job seeker, take time to visit http://www.gilletteresourcecenter.com to get well grooming and job hunting advice and to be familiar with the different Gillette products available in the market today.