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- Long week? Racked points us to the hilarious comments for this banana splicer on Amazon. (Click through to the product page if you need additional chuckles — comedy gold in there, people.)
- Ask a Hiring Manager tackles a lot of interview clothing questions (including what to do when your interviewer criticizes your choice of interview attire — ouch). (We’ve had great discussions here about what to wear for an interview, as well as how to look professional in bad weather.)
- Behold: Two different articles advise on suiting for men — I’ve always read these articles because I think we all can learn a bit from them. Details tells you 57 rules of style for suiting (including suggesting green shoes to make a navy suit pop, and noting that a navy overcoat can be worn with a black suit), and the WSJ covers the obsession for custom suits on Wall Street (here’s an additional link to WSJ TV; may start playing an ad immediately upon opening).
- SheFinds ponders what to wear to all those new fitness classes you’ll be trying this January.
- Is it hard for you to give honest feedback to your subordinates? The NYT has some recommendations for you from Google exec Karen May.
- Savvy Sugar suggests one reason you possibly didn’t get the job (and what to do about it).
- Are you following the rules of the “email hierarchy”? This author at Bitter Lawyer wasn’t.
- Finally: Please consider nominating Corporette for the 2013 Weblog Awards! Voting closes
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