Business Casual vs Professional

What Should I Wear ?

 

 

What you wear affects your job.

It doesn’t impact your interpreting skills, but it has a direct impact on the assumptions people make about your professional abilities and integrity. Dressing professionally can differentiate you from the LEP, a family member, or a friend.

Just remember that the dress code should be professional enough to represent the facility you are working in, the company you are working for, and approachable enough to make the patient feel comfortable.

Also Read Orientation guide for interpreters/

Dress Code

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