Polished Professional: Your Guide to Workplace Etiquette

Your professional image starts with the way you are dressed and is reinforced with your personal mannerisms and actions. Professional etiquette not only makes a difference when you are looking for a job, but can make a difference in your ability to be successful on the job and even keep a job. 

Our career service advisors recently held an informative webinar to help attendees learn how to present themselves with the kind of polish that shows how to be taken seriously.

Tell us: What kind of image are you projecting? After all, your career could depend on it. Watch this webinar for pointers on how to present yourself professionally. 

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This article was written by Career Services Advisors from the Rasmussen College - Minnesota campus location. Their roles include assisting Rasmussen College Online students with career-related questions and job preparation tips.

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