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Optimizing Your Resume – Finding the Right Keywords

Posted on May 15th, by Henry Goldbeck in Job Search, Resume Writing. 1 Comment

Hiring managers take 5 seconds to scan your resume to determine whether you are a suitable candidate. Within those 5 seconds it is up to you to persuade them that you are not only a suitable candidate but also the perfect candidate. Similar to how certain advertisements are able to make you pause and read on, like Free, 80%, Sale, Hiring Managers are also drawn to trigger keywords. How to determine what are the keywords?

Salary Wizard Calculator and Stats

Posted on May 1st, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Career Development, Human Resources, Job Search, Recruitment. Comments Off on Salary Wizard Calculator and Stats

Whether you are preparing for salary negotiations or just want to know, we have compiled a few links to help you calculate your benchmark salary.

Top 10 Tips for Standing Out During Your Telephone Interview

Posted on March 26th, by Lougie in Job Search. 1 Comment

Phone interviews are a growing trend these days, as the process of recruitment becomes more and more technology intensive. Digital professional platforms, virtual job fairs, phone and video interviews all offer a cost efficient and time efficient way of going about hiring the best talent. Phone interviews are simply interviews that are taken over the … Read More »

Interviewing Tips Resources

Posted on March 16th, by Henry Goldbeck in Career, Job Search. Comments Off on Interviewing Tips Resources

A few of my favourite interviewing articles.

Now that I found your resume, what sets you apart?

Posted on March 5th, by Karen Epp in Job Search, Resume Writing. Comments Off on Now that I found your resume, what sets you apart?

Your resume has been discovered! Yeah! But will you get the call for the interview?
You have been successful in creating a resume that HR Managers and Recruiters find in their databases or search engines. Your name is coming up in searches. Great! So have a few hundred others.
Why should I call you?