I'm a sales manager at a new car dealership. I'm responsible for interviewing, selecting and onboarding new salespeople. Our salespeople, on average, make around $50-60,000 per year. Our dress code for men is a shirt, tie and dress pants or our button up uniform shirt with dress pants.
Our interview process is to cull resumes, conduct a phone screen (15-20 minutes), and then invite the candidate in for a face-to-face interview as long as pass the previous steps.
I had a candidate come in today for a face-to-face interview wearing an untucked polo shirt and khakis.
How do you handle candidates that you don't feel like are dress appropriately for the interview?