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Resume Templates – to Use or Not to Use?

February 1, 2017 | 98

We have got a lot of questions about the appropriateness of templates for resumes. Someone drew our attention to the Google Docs template saying “Why should I waste time and reinvent the wheel if there is a perfect sample? We do agree, at first sight, using a seemingly flawless template is tempting. There seems to...

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Essential Skills for Every Small Business Manager

January 23, 2017 | 44

To measure the success of a business, look at how profitable it is. This is the bottom line you have to keep in mind. What can do to increase the profit? There is no easy way, but we can offer you a list of skills that will help you to follow the right track. But...

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Tips on Viable Job Interview Preparation

January 18, 2017 | 54

Preparing for an interview is a key to the interview success. To look impressive and glow with self-assurance during an interview, you have to practice a lot. Check our guide to the job interview basics and you will improve your viability. Must-know Interview Checklist Prepare in advance • Look through the common interview questions. An...

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Leadership Skills & Leadership Positions

January 10, 2017 | 56

The process of successful career development leads to the place where you expect the most significant promotion, namely, to a leadership position. It is an excellent opportunity that considerably differs from your current position since it requires a higher level of responsibility and a capacity to guide other people. Therefore, reconsider your actual leadership skills...

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Advice on How to Write an Executive Summary

January 3, 2017 | 44

You have an investment proposal or a business plan that you want to show to a potential investor. However, please note that he/she will buy your idea only if you have crafted a flawless executive summary with all key details, but without any excessive facts, analysis, data and charts that you can later add in...

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How to Be a Great Manager

December 27, 2016 | 51

In 2005 Marcus Buckingham tried to create a perfect guide for managers and wrote a book called The One Thing You Need to Know. At short notice, the book became extremely popular, and it has not lost its great relevance nowadays. Effective Management Tips Talking about the goals of a manager, Buckingham points out the...

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What Hiring Managers Look for in a Resume: Essential Facts

December 19, 2016 | 57

It is no picnic to write a resume or make it perfect for some position. Undertaking this challenging project, you need to analyze first what every specific recruiter is looking for. Hiring managers read through thousands of resumes, but they get truly interested only in a few of them. It looks very unfair when talented...

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Writing Cover Letter for Office Manager Position

December 9, 2016 | 54

If you are willing to apply for an office manager position, your main task is to persuade a hiring manager that you have the required leadership and administrative skills. In order to be singled out among other candidates, your cover letter must effectively showcase your relevant endowments and qualifications. Before you actually start writing the...

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Top Strategies for Executive Level Job Search

November 30, 2016 | 58

The job market has always been a highly competitive field; however, executive level jobs search requires you to be more talented, experienced, and skillful than ever before. In this article, we are going to share with you the best executive level job search methods to help you win the fierce competition.

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Confession of one HR or How Recruiters Read Resumes

November 18, 2016 | 54

It typically takes from 10 to 20 seconds for a recruiter to read a resume of a job-seeker. It may sound offensive for candidates, as they believe it indicates the lack of respect for them. Nevertheless, it is important to understand why that happens and why the candidates should not be angry at hiring managers....

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