Many job seekers are intimidated and confused by the stages of the hiring process. Ensuring your client has a solid understanding of the entire scope of job search will help them feel prepared and be more confident in their delivery. Whether your client has applied to a job or has
What may be a simple resume misstep by your client can be a major pet peeve to a recruiter, resulting in instant rejection. With recruiters reading through piles of resumes every day, it’s important that your clients are aware of common issues that can land their resume in the shredder!
Whether your client is conducting an active or a passive job search, visibility online and within their local or industry community is key to being discovered by recruiters! But what should your clients be doing to ensure they are accessible and improve their chances of getting contacted for the right
Do your clients work with recruiters in their job search? Do you wonder what could make clients’ experiences more successful? When our clients don’t hear back from recruiters, they can sometimes take the wrong turn by going against recruiters’ wishes. But what are those wishes? The CDI Education Committee posed
By Gayle Howard, Top Margin Career Marketing Two things happened recently that prompted me to write this article. The first, was an issue on the CDI e-list where a member was distressed by a client's over-reaction to criticism he received of his new resume completed just days before. The second
By Darrell Gurney This article outlines the main ideas of a presentation offered in Washington, DC, at the 2001 annual conference of The Career Masters Institute. Through the passionate sentiments expressed by those in attendance, I discovered an illusion of separation that exists between the recruitment business (a.k.a. “headhunting”) and