Join Joey Online!

Social media has become very important to what we do here at Joseph Wendt Custom Clothiers, so we just wanted to take a moment to invite everyone to participate in the discussion with Joseph’s online!  You’ve found our blog, but what about our Flickr gallery?  Our Pinterest page?  Our Facebook and Google Plus pages?  Well, you can start with our company website, www.josephscustomclothiers.com, and after that, start following us at all of the pages below.  Comment, share, participate, like, we want to hear from you!

linkedin wordpress twitter pinterest googleplus-revised foursquare flickr facebook500

Advertisements

Help Wanted!

We interrupt your regular blog for an important announcement: Joseph’s is hiring!  We need to fill a pair of positions at our Naples showroom ASAP, so we’re putting out an SOS!  Check out the following job descriptions, and if you or someone you know would like to work with us, send us an email at josephscustomclothiers@gmail.com with your resume and cover letter enclosed telling us why you’d be great for the job.  And remember: we are an equal opportunity employer!

We are seeking a friendly, highly motivated retail sales person to meet and greet clients as well as assisting the owner with some light office work in our newly located Naples Showroom.

We are also seeking a sales person to specialize in direct sales and measuring, also at our Naples showroom.

You must be available a minimum of 25 hours per week, currently live in Southwest Florida, and be legally allowed to work in the United States.  Retail and computer experience are a must.  Compensation is negotiable.

Would you like this to be your office?

Fashion Week Facts

Before we delve into a proper overview of New York’s Fashion Week, we wanted to share another fantastic infographic, this one about some of the unique numbers involved in Fashion Weeks…

farfetched-fashion-week-facts_52272ba579b29

What to Wear to a Job Interview

Job interviews are kind of awful.  They’re basically extremely awkward dates, minus any of the food, fun, and potential kisses.  …Well, at least we hope your interviewer isn’t trying to kiss you!  At any rate, you need to focus on your resume, what you’re going to say, what strengths and weaknesses you will discuss, how you will answer the dreaded “where do you see yourself in five years?” question…  You don’t want to have to spend time worrying about your clothes, too, but those are essential, as well.  What to do?  Consult this handy chart that the nice people at Rasmussen College made on the subject, of course!  While the ins and outs are a bit more complicated, this list of dos and don’ts is a great place to start!

interview_4eb989ca82ebb