In my workplace, I am so observant with those well-groomed employees I work with. There is always a good vibe or, positive aura when I work with pleasant people. That includes men who took care of their physical attributes. According to Gillette Resource Center, well-groomed employees easily climb the corporate ladder faster than those who are not well-groomed. This is the result from a survey taken by 500 HR professional respondents and 84% of them agreed. There were 90% of HR professionals gives more importance on being well-groomed than even a firm handshake. Therefore, the physical appearance is very important and plays vital in the job market of today. The chance of getting hired is more likely for those who are well groomed because it can create a positive first impression. Mark Jeffries and GQ style correspondent, Brett Fahlgren have more insights to share to help the job seekers and professionals who want to promotion in their career. The Gillette Career Advantage is a good resource which provides the tool, information and advises men need to rise above the competition in job market today. Take the expert advice and get the answers now. For more information, just visit gillette.com today and be informed.
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