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What should you wear to an interview at Department for Work and Pensions (DWP)?


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Depends what level you are being interviewed for. If an Admin or Executive Officer then a shirt and tie, office trousers/skirt with smart black shoes will suffice.


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Business professional attire, e.g. suit and tie

Answered - Executive Officer (Current Employee) - Hastings

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Smart. Suit or similar should be worn.

Answered - Project Manager (Current Employee) - Wirral, Merseyside

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Smartly dressed, suit and tie, clean shoes for men.
Smartly dressed, clean shoes for women

Answered - Admin Officer (Former Employee) - Glasgow

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Smart dress or trousers and a blouse

Answered - IT Support (Current Employee) - Clacton-on-Sea, Essex

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Try to look tidy and professional. No jeans.

Answered - Work Experience Placement (Current Employee) - Jobcentre Plus

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Suit, dress or smart atire

Answered - Work Service Manager-(HEO) (Current Employee) - Sutton, Greater London

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Suit & Tie, Polished Shoes - Smart Business Attire. No trainers or jeans. Ladies, should avoid low cut tops or 'power dressing'.

Answered - Executive Officer (Current Employee) - East Anglia

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You should wear a smary black suit with white shirt or something similar.

Answered - Administrative Officer (Former Employee) - Redbridge Job Centre

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Suit and tie

Answered - System and Process Support officer (Former Employee) - Leicester, Leicestershire

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