Haiti Business Etiquette: Dressing Properly

Your appearance is always important when it comes to business. Keep in mind that the way you dress can affect people's impression on you. This is why knowing the proper way to dress at work is essential if you want to project a certain professional image.

ADVERTISEMENT


Haiti Business Etiquette

Many Haitians deal with businessmen around the globe and it is important to earn their respect. In order to do so, dressing properly and behaving like a professional can actually further your career in the country.

People working in the rural areas in Haiti tend to dress more casually than those in the urban parts. The dress code for both areas might be slightly different but one common thing is that shorts are not allowed in the business world. It is best for men to wear a pair of slacks, a shirt and a tie. Women, on the other hand, can go for a blazer and pants suits or skirt.

The clothes are not the only thing you have to pay attention to when doing business in Haiti. You also have to make sure that you are well-groomed to achieve the best overall appearance. A neat and clean face is preferred, while polished and ironed out clothes are necessary. This way, you can evoke a professional image that can help you earn the trust and respect of your co-workers and business partners. You will likely become more believable and persuasive. Plus, dressing professionally can boost your self-confidence, allowing you to deal with your clients and other business people much better.

Reply to this article

Read more: business, Tips, Business Etiquette, Business Tips, Fashion, Business & Finance

« Haitian Fashion Designer Charles Dieujuste Introduces Spring/Summer | Main | Haitian Fashion Designer Charles Dieujuste Introduces Spring/Summer »

Return to Articles List

Leave a Reply

Name (required)

E-mail (required, will not be published)

Subject: Haiti Business Etiquette: Dressing Properly edit

» »

Our objective is to share with you news and information about Haiti and the people of Haiti. Traditions, habits and the way we were  or  grew are alive in this site. We highly recommend that you Subscribe to our Newsletter and also share with us some of the things that are memorable and made us unique people.