Monthly Archives: May 2012

How to Make an Impression With Your Resume

This week we feature another guest post on resumes, this time from Blair Wettlaufer, Chief Operating Officer at Kingston Data and Credit. When I first became a hiring manager, back in the day, people often made an impression by hand delivering … Continue reading

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Unfortunate Five: Mistakes that Send Resumes to the Reject Pile

I have the good fortune to be closely associated with an experienced hiring manager. I recently persuaded him to record some cogent observations about resumes that don’t work, and why. Henry Troup is a software development manager for an international … Continue reading

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Who’s Afraid of the Big, Bad Three? Setting a Fair Price for Your Work

Do you know the true value of your work – but fall down hard when asked to put a price on it?  Elizabeth Creith unmasks the “big, bad three” that trip us up – timely advice for anyone facing a change … Continue reading

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