How Do Companies View Your Resume When They Read It the Second Time?

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Given the fact that some of us spend hours writing the perfect resume, you would think that we’d be familiar with the general feel, tone and sound of the resume. While this may be true to an extent, standard resumes tend to lose their flair or excitement when read for the second, third or fourth… Read more »

When Do You Bring an Employee Back?

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Company owners and managers have been struggling with the idea of bringing back their ex-employees since the beginning of time. The problem is only compounded when a valuable employee leaves on a bad note or negative terms. On the one hand, their past contributions to the company are significant enough to warrant reconsideration. Conversely, the… Read more »

What Should Be on Your Cover Letter for an Administrative Job?

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As job seekers, we tend to spend the majority of our time on the resume itself. Whether it’s crafting the perfect set of bullet points, choosing the right format or strategically placing keywords throughout, we tend to spend a great deal of time on the resume. However, overlooked as it often is, the cover letter… Read more »