150 recruiters reveal what they really want to see in your resume. Resume length, how much experience and the one critical link you can not leave out.
Job Interview Mistake
There are 100’s of blog posts out there on job interview mistakes. I am usually not one to join a crowded room or try to improve on what 100’s have already done, but I feel this one is important. Hopefully, my insight into the minds and mentality of HOW a hiring manager and VP of the department think is what separates this blog post from the rest of the pack.
Do you feel you have a strong resume? Will your resume stand up to the competition? A recruiter explains why time spent improving your resume will pay big dividends even after you landed your job offer. How the resume affects the job interview.
The phone screen
To most candidates, phone screens are the great unknowns in the job interview process and most of us consider this the hardest step in the interview process to prepare for. I disagree. I believe the phone interview is the easiest interview to prepare for and the intent of this post will shed some light on why and change your attitude towards the phone interview.
Employees remember two things in their career. The day they were hired and the day they were laid off. HR veteran HRNasty provides insight on the impact of a lay off and advice on how to conduct the lay off with respect.