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In a thirty story building located in the high-class section of New York City a multi-million dollar security hedge fund has an office suite In this office on Park Avenue I spent my past two summers working for the company I obtained an interview through a referral and the job was offered to me on the spot My responsibilities included controlling all aspects of their computer operations One day last summer I was notified a new employee would start the next day The following day I woke up for a usual day at the office I showered shaved and got dressed in my appropriate attire sports jacket white button down shirt tie khaki pants and loafer shoes I commuted into the city and proceeded to the office I entered the building and gave my name and destination Suite 801 as usual After being directed towards a specific elevator I traveled to the eighth floor and sat at my desk An hour later my boss introduced me to the new stock analyst Jonathan He was dressed in a gray suit with a plain tie and nice shoes He had long reddish hair that look like he did not comb it after waking up Jonathan was given a series of standard instructions from my boss but there was one last instruction that stuck in my mind and by the way get a haircut This really shocked me at first Why would an employer concern himself with an employees hair style The more I thought about it the more I realized that a persons hair style is a sign of the business world culture Many things are distinctive about a business environment Looking back at this event and all of my experiences at this job each detail contributes to the business environment First of all is the appearance of the employees A person who works in a business environment must have a certain
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