We Hire for Skill and Pay for Personality

It’s not enough to hire someone with the right skill set. You want to hire the right personality — for your company and the job. In this My Crazy Office episode, Kathi and Katherine discuss why personality, in the form of work ethic, professional behavior, and interpersonal skills, is what employers really pay for.

Awkward Summer Work Events: My Crazy Office Overtime, Season 4

Kathi and Katherine talk about summer work events on this week’s My Crazy Office Overtime episode.

Are you dreading going to that awkward company barbecue?

How should you behave? What should you wear? Should go at all or simply stay home? Listen here for more.

#8: Attire Matters & The Right To Disconnect – My Crazy Office, Season 4

Kathi and Katherine talk about two topics on this week’s episode of the My Crazy Office podcast.

First we discuss what an interviewer’s attire may reveal about themselves and the work culture.

Then we talk about a new law enacted overseas in which all mobile devices and computers are turned off after work hours.

#47 – Proper Summer Attire at Work & Dress For Success: My Crazy Office, Season 1

Hello and welcome to a new episode of the My Crazy Office podcast! This week, we are joined for a second time by style expert, personal stylist, and writer, Bridgette Raes. She helps us address an important issue in the workplace: attire.

It is summer. It gets hot. What is the proper way to dress for the workplace while still being conscious of the weather?

Also, we discuss how to dress professionally after receiving a workplace promotion.

For more information on Bridgette Raes visit her website bridgetteraes.com. You can also reach her via YouTube and Twitter under Bridgette Raes.

#32 – Botox & Business Suits: My Crazy Office, Season 1

This week on My Crazy Office we are joined by style expert and author Bridgette Raes. We answer two questions that deal with an important aspect in the workplace – appearance.

The first question comes from an older woman who is being pressured by her boss to dye her hair and get Botox in order to achieve a more “professional” look.

The second question deals with an individual who is young and being asked to dress in a more formal and grown up way.

For more information on Bridgette Raes visit her website bridgetteraes.com. Also, follow her on Twitter @bridgetteraes.