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What To Know About Background Checks

Posted on May 24th, by Jessica Miles in Job Search. Comments Off on What To Know About Background Checks

If a potential employer requests a background check, the candidate who they are considering hiring must provide written authorization.  It is very important for candidates to provide authorization to the background-check company directly for privacy reasons.

Since it is the employer who is requesting and paying for the background check the information will not be shared … Read More »

Are Your Resumes Being Read By Humans

Posted on May 19th, by Henry Goldbeck in Resume Writing. Comments Off on Are Your Resumes Being Read By Humans

Henry Goldbeck was featured in the Resumes by Matt blog this week and offers his tips on how to ensure your resume isn’t passed by.

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Helpful Tips For Stay-At-Home Mom’s Re-entering The Workplace

Posted on May 16th, by Jessica Miles in Interviewing Advice, Job Search. Comments Off on Helpful Tips For Stay-At-Home Mom’s Re-entering The Workplace

Transparency – make it easy for potential employers to know that you were off work for parenting reasons. We all were brought into this world by our mom’s and employers should understand the realities of parenting.
Confidence – maintain confidence that your skills do not lose their value even though you have been out of the “paid … Read More »

Resume Writing Tips

Posted on April 27th, by Henry Goldbeck in Resume Writing. Comments Off on Resume Writing Tips

Congratulations to Henry Goldbeck for being featured in the latest article “5 Common Mistakes Job Seekers Make When Writing a Resume” on the Resumes by Matt blog.

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Fresh College Graduate – Join The Conversation

Posted on April 26th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career Development, Job Search. Comments Off on Fresh College Graduate – Join The Conversation

What is the best way to market yourself when you are first graduated from college?

– Start focusing on how you can contribute
– Focus on how you can solve your potential employer’s problems. 
– Do not ask for a job, look for an opportunity to help.

 

 

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