Would you Hire Him?

Ties Required Plus was built to provide you with several keys that will guide you to successfully obtaining employment. We identify some of the simple problems that cause people to be overlooked, by addressing the basic needs and expectations of those who wish to be employed, and those who wish to hire. 

Are you Suspect?

The bottom line is that what we wear, and how we speak can display a positive or negative impression when among others.  Most street criminals dress in similar fashion, which is constantly portrayed in a negative context on TV. 

Whats wrong with saggy pants?

There are a couple of reason for as to why saggy pants, have a negative impact on first impressions. One primary reason is it association with the criminal world. Most robbery crimes committed are by those who dress in this manner. Television always shows the villain or gangster in these ominous clothing and saggy pants. Lastly the origins of the saggy pants. Originally the saggy pants was used to identify who was available to be someone intimate property in prison

With all these negative imagery that is buried into the populations mindset as violent and evil, why associate yourself with it?

What's Wrong with what I'm Wearing

 

Breaking thru Prejudice & Stereotyping

Before we can break the cycle of stereotyping,we must look at ourselves and realise our own prejudice. Understanding the idea that how we look at people who dress up, are "sell outs" or "wanna be's". We may have other names we might call others, but is this not a type of prejudice. "Never judge a man until you've walked a mile in his shoes" - Atticus Finch(character in "to kill a mockingbird"). Why is this important to getting a job? Our first impression we make with a person determines how the potential relationship will build form positive or negative.

Stopped for the way he was dress, mistaken for someone else. Some attire can be associated with a criminal element, due to the use of Media and Television. 

What it means to be Suspect is that how we dress can mistake us for a criminal element. More and more news are shown with our children being gun gown by police or gang members. A majority of the time these victims are innocent, well mannered young men and women. When diving into the details, the common thread is, he was mistaken for a suspect that was involved with in a crime. Or the Unfortunate mistaken gang colors which could be shown as aggression. It's a sad time where a choice of colors we wear could threaten our lives. What we wear, how we wear our clothes, speaks volumes on our character whether we know it or not.

"If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is your image worth?"

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