Career Advice & Apps for Candidates & Employers
We've all gotten those 'Thanks We Received Your Resume' emails when applying to a job. But they are usually all the same boring text that leave you feeling as if your resume will never be seen again. When a reader tipped us off the the email below sent by a software company we couldnt help but publish it. Its a unique, tongue-in-cheek way to make a great first impression.
As someone who has both been fast-tracked and road blocked—at the same job, with the same leaders--I quickly learned that what makes the difference between getting what you want and being denied is the respect you show others. Consistently treating others with respect and appreciation will give you a wide circle of friends and associates invested in helping you get where you want to go.
If you’ve taken a pre-employment behavioral assessment during a recent interviewing process and gotten to keep the results, congratulations! You now possess a secret weapon. You can actually use this written record of your behavioral traits to help win the job on your next interview with a company who doesn’t give a pre-employment test.
If you are in job search mode you are probaly visting sites like Glassdoor or Indeed forums to read reviews of potential employers. But you should be aware that not all you read is true. We asked our network what they tell job seekers when it comes to know the truth about your next potential employer.
Employers and recruiters stay in the know with our Talent Ticker that keeps you up-to-date on all the latest recruitment technology news you can use. We'll ping you abou the latest startups, Linkedin updates and other recruiting technology you can use to attract more talent.
Are you or someone you know about to graduate college and enter the workforce? If so, read or share these crowdsourced tips with them. It's one of the biggest collection of advice we've ever assembled for the newly minted college graduate. We think its a must read!