Tag: hr

11
Feb

Job Hunting Keys to Success

3
Feb

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: The two-month contract that did not work out. Include or do not include on resume and job application? Hello all. I am working with a professional client who was hired for a contracting gig that did not work out. She worked on it for the months of July and August and then was told that it was wrapped up. It was not a good experience for her and she would like

Read more

28
Jan

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Must you include your address on the resume? Others’ Responses: – The resume screener/recruiter/manager wants to know if you are a local candidate or not. By listing a full address, it makes it at least a bit more credible that you are. It is easiest to screen people out who don’t appear to be local if the company does not want to bother with relocation and out of state interviews. –

Read more

21
Jan

Severance Study from 1800 HR Pros across 19 countries

Severance Study from 1800 HR Pros across 19 countries

7
Jan

Question Proposed on LinkedIn: Cover letters in the US and UK – your opinions? I’ve been asked to talk about cover letters for a podcast interview early next year but, although I have views about the best way to use them in the UK, I wonder what credibility they have in the US? All perspectives most welcome. Are they ever used as hard copy, or always sent by email? Are they used at all? Others’

Read more