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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

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    Oddly enough this Atlanta firm doesn't do that much work in Georgia.
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    Here ya go. Now you're all set. You're welcome.

    Basically Dub right now:

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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    I have not had a particularly good day today. I will not bore you with the details because none of you would understand unless you worked in my profession. Let's just say I cannot wait to quit this job. I was feeling guilty and nervous about leaving and today sealed it for me. If this other job somehow falls through, I will still leave the current one.
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    My second interview is Wednesday at 8AM. I am curious at how to dress for this. My first interview was just a lunch meetings, so I was dressed how I normally dress for work. This one is actually in the office. It is basically just so show me around the office and talk salary and benefits. Normally at an interview I would be dressed in a suit and tie, but this seems to also be a bit informal like the lunch thing last week. What do you guys think? Suit and tie or dress normally (dress pants with nice button down shirt no tie)?
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by DzynKingRTR View Post
    My second interview is Wednesday at 8AM. I am curious at how to dress for this. My first interview was just a lunch meetings, so I was dressed how I normally dress for work. This one is actually in the office. It is basically just so show me around the office and talk salary and benefits. Normally at an interview I would be dressed in a suit and tie, but this seems to also be a bit informal like the lunch thing last week. What do you guys think? Suit and tie or dress normally (dress pants with nice button down shirt no tie)?
    It's an interview. Dress for an interview unless you've been told differently.
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by DzynKingRTR View Post
    My second interview is Wednesday at 8AM. I am curious at how to dress for this. My first interview was just a lunch meetings, so I was dressed how I normally dress for work. This one is actually in the office. It is basically just so show me around the office and talk salary and benefits. Normally at an interview I would be dressed in a suit and tie, but this seems to also be a bit informal like the lunch thing last week. What do you guys think? Suit and tie or dress normally (dress pants with nice button down shirt no tie)?
    Better slightly over than slightly under dressed.

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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by NationalTitles17 View Post
    It's an interview. Dress for an interview unless you've been told differently.
    Just second guessing myself, I guess. My friend that already works there thinks I have the job if I want it. He believes this is just a formality and I will be offered while I am there. Unless they offer an insultingly less amount of money I will accept.
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Like NT17 said, "its an interview", best to dress to impress! Suit and tie for sure.

    Good luck.

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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by NationalTitles17 View Post
    It's an interview. Dress for an interview unless you've been told differently.
    This. Even for informals you'll never catch me without a jacket and tie.
    Just a barner.

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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Three weeks in and I almost feel like I'm cheating my current employer compared to my old job. In the last 6 working days (first 6 shadowing the guy I'll be replacing), I've worked about 30 hours. Don't really know what to do with the time I'm spending at home with Mrs. Dub.

    Mind you, when I am working, it's hard work, hauling around a dozen 300 pound DI tanks per call and with one plumbing mod involving about 12 solid hours of labor, and there will be some 60 hour weeks (mostly driving), with a Saturday and Sunday in the next few weeks, but my goodness.
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Looks like it will be next month. better pay, better benefits, more responsibility, better projects and a much nicer view. The only bad things is I have to wait a month.
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by DzynKingRTR View Post
    Looks like it will be next month. better pay, better benefits, more responsibility, better projects and a much nicer view. The only bad things is I have to wait a month.
    So did they officially offer you the job and did you accept it? Since you won't be starting for another month I definitely wouldn't put in my notice until two weeks before I started. A lot can happen in a month.
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    Re: Starting a new job soon!

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamabuzzard View Post
    So did they officially offer you the job and did you accept it? Since you won't be starting for another month I definitely wouldn't put in my notice until two weeks before I started. A lot can happen in a month.
    Yes I have been offered and accepted, but I am holding off until 2 weeks before I start. The job they want me to work on could fall thru and delay my start day, so I am holding out. They actually told me I should wait to give notice, but to keep in touch. Now I need to make sure I get all my doctor visits and vacation days in before I leave. Plus get my resignation letter ready to go. I am excited about the change. Now I have to keep a poker face for a few weeks.
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