Dress code for Interns?
I recently landed an Internship with Tyco Internationals - ADT Security Services. I will be working at Tyco Head quaters. I asked my recruiter about the dress code and she said casual business attire is required, however no tie or suit is expected or required since its so hot in Florida. I just wanted to get your opinion if I should wear a suit atleast or just dress shirt/pants. Also my neck is very short which is a problem with me when i wear a tie so i am avoiding to wear the tie. I don't want to go in the first day and see all interns wearing suits while i am on casual business attire. What would you do? wear a suit or tie?
Asked By: - 5/14/2011
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You should always dress for the job you WANT to have instead of the one you have... More
Answered By: Ring0Rosie - 5/14/2011
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i would say go with a tie, you can loosen it and itll be less stuffy then if you wear a suit
Answered By: toastman - 5/15/2011
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