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Long before social media and viral videos, businesses relied on print, Television advertising and word of mouth to help sell their products. Usually, word of mouth was a happy by-product of satisfied customers, who then became repeat users and shared their discovery. To the generation who grew up in the seventies and eighties, no one did a more memorable job..Read More
Jim Price was looking for a new position after nine years with one employer. It seemed likely that his employer was going to merge with another company in the same field, and due to the overlap in job function, Jim suspected there would be extensive cuts to his department. Not wanting to be left unprepared for the upcoming changes, he..Read More
Now that the new year has started, it’s time to think about what 2019 holds for your career. If it’s time to make a change, or at least start seeking opportunities out, it’s not just about searching job boards and having a resume ready for applications. It’s also about putting some work into your LinkedIn profile to make sure it..Read More
A recent study that evaluated 200 randomly selected resumes. The study was conducted by Graham Management Group’s which is an innovator in the Canadian resume writing industry. The results uncovered some common errors made and own to avoid them. What are their recommendations to get your resume up to a perfect 10? TARGET YOUR RESUME 31% of all resumes analyzed..Read More
At the end of most interviews, you will be given an opportunity to ask questions. If you give it some thought to this before the interview you will be better prepared to ask well informed, intelligent questions. You can utilize this as a golden opportunity to make a good impression and save yourself the regret of knowing what you should..Read More
Sometimes a face to face job interview will require some travel due to the location of the job. When this situation arises many employers will prefer an initial phone interview prior to requesting an on site interview. This saves both the candidate and the company time and travel expense if you realize that this position is not going to be..Read More
Job seekers appear to be missing out on a prime opportunity by neglecting to thank their interviewers. More than three-quarters (76 per cent) of 100 Canadian executives polled said sending a thank you note following an interview can improve a candidate's chances. But, they estimate that only one in five (20 per cent) actually does so. These numbers are down..Read More