Your resume is intended to serve as both a snapshot and an invitation. It’s a snapshot that shows how your past will indicate your future potential, and it’s an invitation to find out more. Watch along as we explore the top 10 resume blunders and learn how to avoid them. Happy job hunting!
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Our infographics serve as a snapshot of the latest in workplace research and practices. These infographics feature content from our renowned white papers, curated and written by our in-house organizational psychology specialist and designed by our award-winning design and communications team.
We never recommend programs or practices we haven’t tried ourselves. By utilizing direct feedback from employees and industry-leading research, we’ve created our own great place to work. In fact, we’ve been Ranked #1 by Fortune as a Best Workplace.
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As we approach the mid-year mark, we’re taking a look at our most popular white papers published this year so far.
We interview and hire candidates every single day so that we can help the businesses who partner with us. The one thing every candidate we work with wants is to work at a place where they feel important, successful, and cared for.
We’ve been on our own journey of creating a great workplace, in fact, Fortune ranked us #1 on the list of Best Workplaces for Professional Services.
The below white papers contain best practices we’ve implemented ourselves backed by industry-leading research to help our business customers champion a workplace that brings out the best in managers and employees.
From the top, let’s count down our best white papers of 2017:
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Our white papers are written by our in-house organizational psychology specialist and designed by our award-winning design and communications team – ensuring the most accurate and engaging content.
An informational interview is an educational conversation between two people. Typically, someone will pursue an informational interview with someone who has a career that they’d like, works at a company they’d like to work at, or in an industry they are interested in.
Watch and learn more about this quick and easy way to network and make connections for the life you want!
You never get a second chance at a first impression. In the job seeking process, your first impression (usually) relies on your resume and cover letter. While you may think these are ready to go, your dream job chances can be dashed before you get the opportunity to show them who you truly are: 1 out of 5 recruiters will reject a candidate before reading to the end of their resume (New College of Humanities).
We’re one of the largest staffing companies in the nation, so we see thousands of resumes and cover letters every week. Here are our tips to create the most professional and effective resume and cover letter.
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