Finally got around to tweaking my recruiters’ apparel concept. It’s relatively a simple concept to grasp, and I think it could pay huge dividends for the recruiting industry, both in terms of the concept and its proprietary design, as well as its inspirational component, allowing recruiters to wear their career related prowess on their sleeves.
So, to all of those large recruiting firms out there [i.e., Adecco, Allegis Group, Kelly Services Inc., Manpower Group, Monster Worldwide Inc., Randstad Holding, Robert Half International Inc., etc.] this is an idea your executive decision makers may want to strongly consider as an offshoot to existing assets. Check out these chic recruiter tees.
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The letter above may date back as far as 2011. Additionally, the U.S. Navy’s dungaree denim bell bottom [flared] pant was phased out in 1999, and was only used as a reference to underscore U.S. Navy pride, as well as the significance of fashion to any particular industry it belongs.
PDF File | Click here to view my recruiters’ apparel official concept.
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“Every revolutionary idea seems to evoke three stages of reaction. They may be summed up by the phrases: 1- It’s completely impossible. 2- It’s possible, but it’s not worth doing. 3- I said it was a good idea all along.” — Sir Arthur Charles Clarke