Professionalism is dressing properly, turning off your cell phone, and being on time. If someone is doing illegal, you call security. Professionalism is not gossiping, not talking on your cell phone, and not stealing. It also means doing more than what you are told to do.
Emily came to our class and talked to us about what to expect when getting a job, what to expect when the interviewing is taking place, and she talked to us about the responsibilities, what the employer is looking for, and what are looking for. She talked about some of the questions that may be asked and what might be expected when interviewing. Bottom line: To be professional.
Why do they all have to be blond?
These posts are written by the students of the Employment Workshop Series.