did a superb job of working with me to quickly update my resume.
She is personable and professional and I have been happy to have
her name to recommend to colleagues and friends."
Director of Meetings
Room for Errors"
...Even if you have the best talents, the most outstanding education,
the just-perfect work experience, and the right contacts, a badly edited
resume speaks volumes about you – and perhaps about your future
...Now, when I discuss with clients what I consider the salient points
of a resume, I stress putting aside egos and pride of authorship in order
to end up with a clear, clean, concise, readable and appealing document
that will not only entice someone with hiring capacity but will cause
them to call you for an interview...
it Yourself, or Hire a Pro?
...an objective second opinion and a fresh pair of eyes are always
good. And “constructive criticism”, if couched positively,
can be a tremendous gift (if the recipient can get past any lingering
pride of authorship)...
Whole Truth and Nothing but..."
...your resume is definitely not the place to embellish or stretch the
truth. This is one place where telling the whole truth is by far the best
action. Perhaps you’ve heard stories about folks who have fabricated
a college degree, “enhanced” their job responsibilities or
titles, or inflated their salaries...
Strokes for Different Folks"
world, with the job market fluctuating, companies experiencing ups and
downs, and candidate pools expanding rapidly, job seekers must find a
way to differentiate themselves from their colleagues, and to increase
their chances of getting that important first interview...
Human Resources news that job-seekers need to know:
Discrimination: Outmoded, Illegal and Bad for Business"
...Many of these downsized candidates are older, mature
individuals, with years of experience and, in many cases, significant
salaries to match their skills, experience and value to former employers...
This influx of older workers into the recruitment pool has posed some
interesting dilemmas for both hiring managers and these prospective candidates...
Checking the references of job candidates is a widely accepted procedure
for most hiring managers, right? And most former managers are more than
willing to share information about those candidates, correct? These questions
are not so easily answered in these days of discrimination charges and