Dress pants, shirt and some nice shoes
Réponse du - Room Attendant (Former Employee) - Halifax, NS
Just be yourself, and take the skills that you were taught from whoever taught you them. In my case it was a work placement, I had just finished going through a program that taught me what it means to have a good resume, be a honourable and respectable employee, and what to do and how to prepare for an interview. So just look clean, and prepare for some of the questions basic employers will ask. I went in with confidence and answered all his questions while maintaining eye contact, sat up straight, and was polite. Before you know it he said I would not be a placement but instead a "Direct Hire"; something that made my instructor fairly happy to hear after only trying for two jobs.
Réponse du - Porter/Server (Full Time) (Former Employee) - Regina, SK
Need to start with your previous hands-on work experiences as well as your personalities.
Réponse du - General Manager (Former Employee) - Campbell River, BC