How to Keep Your Resume Out of the Shredder

One part of my job that takes up a large bulk of the Recruitment Department’s time is screening resumes. We are a company whose largest and busiest department is recruitment, so there are always countless resumes to read through. I review resumes that are four pages long and I also review resumes that are half …

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Keep Your Resume From Getting Tossed With These 5 Simple Tips!

The recruitment department is one of the busiest departments in most establishments and it all starts with the resume.  Having a resume that is visually appealing is so important.  Tessa and I go through dozens of resumes every day and when I see some of them my first thought is “what a mess!”   The information is …

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Tips for Conducting an Effective Interview

Although I don’t know many Recruiters, I often hear horror stories from friends and family about their interviews and I read about them all of the time in various blogs. For some Recruiters, the etiquette and expectations are very straightforward while others tend to struggle. Not everyone knows how to deal with people! Today I …

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Millennial Myths…Debunked!

Narcissistic. Disloyal.  Spoiled. Lazy. I have heard these words used countless times to describe millennials (those born between 1980 to the early 2000s). As a millennial myself, I often laugh at these assumptions. Couldn’t some of the same words be used to describe…well, just about anyone—regardless of age? This week, I have decided to debunk …

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