Interview with UPS, says casual attire. What would you wear?

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  1. CK33

    CK33 Bobtail Member

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    Hi all,

    I have an interview on Friday for a UPS seasonal package delivery driver job. When I booked the appointment, the confirmation stated "casual attire." What does that mean for this position?
     
  2. buddyd157

    buddyd157 Road Train Member

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    dress pants not a suit, not ripped jeans, no shorts, nice clean shirt, preferably on the buttons all the way, not a pullover.

    when i went for an interview, no such clothing restrictions were mentioned. i guess however, many people walked in wearing short shorts and tank tops. gotta be thinking better than that for any job interview.
     
  3. Puppage

    Puppage Road Train Member

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    Kaki's and a nice button down dress shirt. Decent shoes.
     
  4. Sho Nuff

    Sho Nuff Road Train Member

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    It means don't come in with flip flops or a T-shirt. Business casual. Make a good impression and don't look like your heading to a bar. Shave your beard, tuck in your shirt, cut your hair if it's long, cover all visible tats, and no sneakers. Mind as well get use to doing it the UPS way ;)
     
  5. boneebone

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    Sweats, wife beater and flip flops.
     
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  6. Blackshack46

    Blackshack46 Road Train Member

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    I like boobies beer cozy and a cold foaming PBR will take you from casual wear to head of household. Instantly.
     
  7. Chinatown

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    That's what I usually recommend. Walmart has some decent clothes in the work clothes section; khaki pants, navy blue long sleeve work shirt with buttons. Work boots or work shoes.
     
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  8. shogun

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    You could wear a dark brown shirt and matching dark brown pants. Ya know, send them a subliminal message. Seriously, wear a nice button down long sleeve shirt that isn't loud, a nice pair of complimentary slacks ironed and pleated, nice shoes, and be shaven and presentable.

    I am amazed at how some people show up to interviews dressed poorly. You can almost hear their resumé being shredded as they leave.
     
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