Ever wondered what would make your résumé stand out and possibly score an interview. The electronic submission process for applications does have its benefits….but many candidates fall in the ‘black hole’.
Strategies for navigating the ‘black hole’ form part of the Career Coaching workshop.
Space is limited so register (882-5172) early to guarantee a ‘seat at the table’
Yes…we are in the final planning stages for the first Career Coaching Workshop scheduled for August 2013 and persons have hinted topics they would like discussed/addressed.
It is not too late to submit so…….what are you waiting for!
You see the advert..you read with excitement and think “this is the job for me!”
Your cover letter needs to communicate your competencies, skills and experiences all linked to the job. No…it does not need to be 2 pages, but written in such a way that it captures the interest of the hiring manager and supports your résumé.
It’s not everyday you receive an invite soliciting responses geared towards improving a product (or do you?) ….smiles.
So, the first Career Workshop is only a couple of weeks away (hold your horses – we are still finalizing), but please send your workshop expectations, either through the blog or email – firstname.lastname@example.org.
The first career workshop is almost here and we want to give you the opportunity to send your areas of concern towards finalizing the topic areas.
So….here’s to you and your area of concern might just form a part of the talking points!
As a Recruiter, there are specific times throughout the year when recruiting activities ‘peak’ – generally at the beginning of the year, the middle of the year, and towards the end. These are times when persons generally consider career changes and we normally see an increase notably in print and electronic media. So…what this means is polishing your resume (if you are looking or testing the waters) and one such book I recommend adding to your library is ‘Knock Em Dead’ Resume writing book. Check it out – http://amzn.to/1awEv0F